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Poland: Wlazły helps Skra inflict first defeat to Warszawa, ZAKSA won at tie break vs. Resovia

PGE Skra Bełchatów beat VERVA Warszawa ORLEN Paliwa in four sets (25:23, 21:25, 25:22, 25:20) in the big match that closed the seventh round of the 2019/20 Polish PlusLiga regular season.
Thus, there are no more undefeated teams in the competition!
Warszawa lost their first match this season after making a seven-match winning streak, and Bełchatów was the team that stood on their way expecially thanks to eternals Mariusz Wlazły, author of 19 points, and Robert Milczarek (70.6% reception, 17 digs, 41.2 perfect). Bartosz Kwolek scored 14 points for the team from the Polish capital who gave away the top spot in the standings to Grupa Azoty ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle.
On the other big match, ZAKSA had to work hard to record their seventh victory in the competition. Despite playing without two starters due to injuries, Zbigniew Bartman and Marcin Możdżonek, and having won only two games prior to today, Asseco Resovia Rzeszów resisted champions for five sets. This was the 74 mutual encounter of the two giants, which makes this duel a true classic of the Polish volleyball. With this victory, ZAKSA reduces the gap to only two victories (38:36). Aleksander Śliwka and Łukasz Kaczmarek scored 14 points each for the winners, while Łukasz Wiśniewski made 85.8% Attack (12/14). Canadian Nicholas Hoag scored 23 points for Resovia.

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2019/20 PlusLiga regular season – Round 7

November 26:
Aluron Virtu CMC Zawiercie – Ślepsk Malow Suwałki 3-0 (25:22, 25:22, 25:23)
Top Scorers: Alexandre Ferreira 21, Malinowski 15, Walinski 12, Kania 9; Boladz 13, Klinkenberg 9, Takvam 7, Szerszen 6.
MVP: Alexandre Ferreira.

November 27:
Cerrad Enea Czarni Radom -Jastrzebski Wegiel 1-3 (19:25, 27:25, 18:25, 23:25)
Top Scorers: Butryn 16, Protopsaltis 10, Boruch 7, B. Sander 7; Konarski 25, T. Fornai 15, Fromm 12, Gladyr 10.
MVP: Popiwczak.

PGE Skra Belchatow -VERVA Warszawa ORLEN Paliwa 3-1 (25:23, 21:25, 25:22, 25:20)
Top Scorers: Wlazly 19, Ebadipour 8, Szalpuk 8, Klos 7; Kwolek 14, K. Tillie 11, P. Nowakowski 8, Brizard 5, Wrona 5.
MVP: Wlazly.

Asseco Resovia Rzeszow -Grupa Azotv ZAKSA Kedzlerzyn-Kozle 2-3 (26:28, 23:25, 25:23, 25:23, 11:15)
Top Scorers: N. Hoag 23, Schulz 17, Maréchal 16, B. Lemanski 9, Krulicki 8; Sliwka 14, L. Kaczmarek 14, Wisniewski 13, Semenluk 11, D. Smlth 8.
MVP: Wisniewski.

GKS Katowice -MKS Bedzin 3-1 (25:21, 23:25, 25:22, 27:25)
Top Scorers: Jarosz 23, R. Szymura 15, J. Nowakowski 10, J. Szymanski 8; Faryna 18, J. Fornai 14, Purya Fayazi 13, Dryja 8.
MVP: Jarosz.

Trefl Gdansk -BKS Yisla Bydgoszcz 3-2 (25:20, 27:29, 25:18, 17:25, 15:13)
Top Scorers: Filipiak 18, Schott 17, Mordyl 15, Crer 12; T. Stern 28, Urbanowicz 14, Peszko 13, Galazka 12.
MVP: Schott.

Indykpol AZS Olsztyn -Cuprum Lubin 3-1 (29:31, 25:16, 25:20, 25:15)
Top Scorers: Hadrava 21, Zalinski 19, Mika 15, Mousavi 14; Ziobrowski 21, B. Lipinskl 9, Roblnson Dvoranen 8, Smolinskl 6.
MVP: Poreba.

Standings:
Grupa Azoty ZAKSA Kedzierzyn-Kozle 21
Jastrzebski Wegiel 20
VERVA Warszawa ORLEN Paliwa 19
PGE Skra Belchatow 18
Aluron Virtu CMC Zawiercie 18
Indykpol AZS Olsztyn 16
Trefl Gdansk 13
Cerrad Enea Czarni Radom 12
GKS Katowice 11
Asseco Resovia Rzeszow 8
Slepsk Malow Suwalki 6
Cuprum Lubin 5
BKS Visla Bydgoszcz 4
MKS Bedzin 0

Source: plusliga.pl

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