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Italy: Modena conquer Trentino’s home court after 4 years, Perugia record 21st win in a row, Civitanova, Monza, Cisterna and Milano ok

One of the big derby of the Italian Volleyball Championship between Itas Trentino and Leo Shoes Modena, valid for Round 21 of the 2019/20 SuperLega Credem Banca regular season didn’t betray the expectations: in a soldout BLM Group Arena, in front of 4,000 spectators, third-placed Modena beat fourth-placed Trentino to separate from them in the charts to eight points: 3-1 (25:20, 21:25, 27:25, 25:22). Thus, Modena extended their overall winning streak to 10 games and seven games in the championship. At the same time, the team coached by Andrea Giani conquered the court in Trento after nearly four years. The last time Modena beat big rivals at their home ground was in Game 4 of the playoff semifinals in 2016. Ivan Zaytsev was the top scorer for the winning side, who had as many as five players in double digits in scoring, with 17 points, while American Maxwell holt made an 83% attack (10/12). His compatriot Aaron Russell top-scored for Trento with 21 points.
Sir Safety Conad Perugia continued their amazing winning streak of 21 games overall and 15 in SuperLega! So Vital Heynen’s team remained leaders in the standings with, having the same number of points as Cucine Lube Civitanova (also victorious today vs. Tonno Callipo Calabria Vibo Valentia) but one more victory. Allianz Milano broke their three-game losing streak as they defeated Globo Banca Popolare del Frusinate Sora in four sets with 27 points of Abdel-Aziz (PHOTOGALLERY OF THE MATCH), while Top Volley Cisterna won surprisingly in straight sets vs. Padova. Close the picture five-sets-victory of Vero Volley Monza at home vs. Verona.

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2019/20 SuperLega Credem Banca regular season – Round 21

Consar Ravenna – Sir Safety Conad Perugia 1-3 (21:25, 25:22, 22:25, 19:25)
Consar Ravenna: Saitta 1, Lavia 18, Cortesia 7, Vernon-Evans 19, Ter Horst 8, Grozdanov 3, Marchini (L), Stefani 0, Alonso 2, Kovacic (L), Cavuto 1. N.E. Recine, Bortolozzo. Coach.
Bonitta. Sir Safety Conad Perugia: De Cecco 1, Leon Venero 22, Podrascanin 14, Atanasijevic 16, Lanza 11, Russo 8, Biglino (L), Zhukouski 1, Colaci (L), Plotnytskyi 0. N.E. Taht, Hoogendoorn, Ricci, Piccinelli. Coach. Heynen. MVP: Atanasijevic

Vero Volley Monza – Calzedonia Verona 3-2 (25:20, 28:26, 18:25, 18:25, 15:7)
Vero Volley Monza: Orduna 1, Louati 22, Yosifov 2, Kurek 25, Dzavoronok 25, Galassi 9, Federici (L), Calligaro 0, Beretta 1, Goi (L), Sedlacek 1, Buchegger 1. N.E. Capelli, Ramirez Pita. Coach. Soli.
Calzedonia Verona: Spirito 2, Muagututia 18, Solé 13, Boyer 31, Asparuhov 7, Birarelli 4, Marretta 0, Kluth 0, Bonami (L). N.E. Aguenier, Cester, Chavers, Franciskovic. Coach. Stoytchev.
MVP: Louati

Top Volley Cisterna – Kioene Padova 3-0 (25:18, 27:25, 28:26)
Top Volley Cisterna: Sottile 2, Palacios 13, Szwarc 5, Patry 14, Van Garderen 12, Rossi 5, Rondoni (L), Cavaccini (L), Peslac 0, Karlitzek 2, Elia 0, Onwuelo 0. N.E. Rossato. Coach. Tubertini.
Kioene Padova: Travica 2, Ishikawa 8, Polo 4, Hernandez Ramos 16, Randazzo 9, Volpato 9, Bassanello (L), Barnes 0, Danani La Fuente (L), Casaro 0, Cottarelli 0. N.E. Bottolo, Canella, Fusaro. Coach. Baldovin.
MVP: Palacios

Allianz Milano – Globo Banca Popolare del Frusinate Sora 3-1 (25:20, 25:22, 22:25, 25:16)
Allianz Milano: Sbertoli 1, Clevenot 15, Kozamernik 12, Abdel-Aziz 27, Petric 11, Alletti 12, Gironi (L), Pesaresi (L), Basic 0, Izzo 0. N.E. Weber, Okolic, Hoffer. Coach. Piazza.
Globo Banca Popolare del Frusinate Sora: Radke 2, De Barros Ferreira 8, Caneschi 5, Van Tilburg 12, Grozdanov 13, Di Martino 8, Mauti (L), Sorgente (L), Alfieri 0, Fey 0, Battaglia 1, Scopelliti 0. N.E. Miskevich, Farina. Coach. Colucci.
MVP: Clevenot

Cucine Lube Civitanova – Tonno Callipo Calabria Vibo Valentia 3-0 (25:19, 25:23, 25:17)
Cucine Lube Civitanova: Mossa De Rezende 3, Juantorena 12, Anzani 5, Rychlicki 9, Leal 15, Simon 9, Marchisio (L), Balaso (L), Kovar 0, Massari 0. N.E. Diamantini, D’Hulst, Bieniek. Coach. De Giorgi.
Tonno Callipo Calabria Vibo Valentia: Baranowicz 3, Defalco 7, Chinenyeze 2, Drame Neto 12, Carle 7, Mengozzi 7, Sardanelli (L), Pierotti 1, Rizzo (L), Vitelli 2, Ngapeth 0. N.E. Marsili, Hirsch. Coach. Cichello.
MVP: Leal

Itas Trentino – Leo Shoes Modena 1-3 (20:25, 25:21, 25:27, 22:25)
Itas Trentino: Giannelli 6, Russell 21, Candellaro 1, Vettori 14, Cebulj 8, Lisinac 11, De Angelis (L), Kovacevic 0, Grebennikov (L), Djuric 0, Daldello 0, Codarin 0. N.E. Michieletto, Sosa Sierra. Coach. Lorenzetti.
Leo Shoes Modena: Christenson 1, Anderson 15, Holt 13, Zaytsev 17, Bednorz 11, Bossi 10, Iannelli (L), Rossini (L), Salsi 0, Kaliberda 2. N.E. Estrada Mazorra, Truocchio, Pinali, Rinaldi. Coach. Giani.
MVP: Christenson

Standings:
Sir Safety Conad Perugia 51
Cucine Lube Civitanova 51
Leo Shoes Modena 49
Itas Trentino 41
Allianz Milano 36
Kioene Padova 25
Consar Ravenna 24
Vero Volley Monza 23
Calzedonia Verona 22
Gas Sales Piacenza 18
Top Volley Cisterna 15
Tonno Callipo Calabria Vibo Valentia 12
Globo Banca Popolare del Frusinate Sora 5.

Next Round:
SuperLega Credem Banca – Round 22
February 29
Tonno Callipo Calabria Vibo Valentia – Allianz Milano

March, 1
Vero Volley Monza – Cucine Lube Civitanova
Globo Banca Popolare del Frusinate Sora – Sir Safety Conad Perugia
Calzedonia Verona – Consar Ravenna
Itas Trentino – Top Volley Cisterna
Kioene Padova – Gas Sales Piacenza

Dayoff: Leo Shoes Modena.

Source: legavolley.it

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