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It’s all Jastrzębski Węgiel the Game 1 of 2022/23 Plusliga final.
The first of the series with Grupa Azoty ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle that will come into an end with the Champions League Super Finals in Turin, Italy, ended in just three sets (25:20, 25:20, 25:23) and it wasn’t balanced as one could have imagine.
The players around head coach Marcelo Mendez, in fact, basically keep the control of the game from start to finish, even though in third set the defending champions are very close to complete the comeback from 22-18 to 23-22.
However the hosts managed to control the situation taking advance above
all from the performance in attack with Tomasz Fornal (10 points through 64%) and Moustapha M’Baye (9 and 73%), while Stéphen Boyer put down 14 points with 4 aces and 53% in attack.
ZAKSA, on the other hand, although a very good reception, struggled in attack, including the decisive player of the last games Bartosz Bednorz, who close his debut in final with only 8 points through 35% efficiency in attack. Kaczmarek (12 points through 63%), is the most efficient player, but he wasn’t enough, and will serve another ZAKSA in their first home game of the series, on Saturday May 6.
🏐| Plusliga 2022/23 | FINAL |
👉🏼 Wednesday, May 3 – GAME 1
• 20.30 (Local Time) | Jastrzębski Węgiel (3) – Grupa Azoty ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle (4) 3-0 (25:20, 25:20, 25:23) Serie: 1-0
| Saturday, May 6 – GAME 2
• 14.45 (Local Time) | Grupa Azoty ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle – Jastrzębski Węgiel 1-3 (26:24, 22:25, 15:25, 19:25) Serie: 0-2
| Wednesday, May 10 – GAME 3
• 20.30 (Local Time) | Jastrzębski Węgiel – Grupa Azoty ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle 3-0 (25:15, 25:16, 25:13) Serie: 3-0