The Korean women's volleyball team beat China and finished third in the Asian Championship.

Gun Yeon-kyung, who defeated China's high blocking wall with a strong spike, led the game.

Team led by Stefano Lavarini defeated China with a set score of 3-0 (25-21 25-20 25-22) in the 20th place of the 20th Shinhan Financial Seoul Asian Women's Volleyball Championships at Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Seoul. I did.

As a result, Korea finished third in this competition with 13 countries.

Korea lost to 3-4 in the semi-final yesterday, with a 3-1 victory over Japan, which was organized around the top 10 members who won the World Championships under 20 in 2019.

The dream of winning the first ever championship at the first Asian championship at home was not fulfilled, but Korea beat 'China' and achieved 'Yeong-mi's beauty'.

It was also the income of the tournament to win three-to-one victories against Thailand, who will fight for tickets to the Tokyo Olympics in January in the quarter-final round.

China, which is 7th higher than Korea (9th), ranked 2nd in the world rankings, has won major players such as jutting.

In fact, he made up the national team with the 1.5th class, but given China is the world's strongest in women's volleyball, he was never matched.

In addition, China was 186 centimeters tall, the tallest legion of the tournament, but lost strength in front of the world left Kim.
The first set was like Kim's solo stage.

Korea struggled with China's height and was taken 5-1, but Kim Yeon-kyung's 3 consecutive goals scored a 5-5 balance.

Korea's 11-to-8 lead, led by Kim Yeon-kyung's spike of white hair, continued the seesaw game with China.

Kim Yeon-kyung, who reduced his attack weight and saved his health, won the game with 19-19 river spikes in three consecutive games.

Kim also led the attack in two sets.

Whenever Lee Jae-young (Hungkuk Life) and Kim Hee-jin (IBK IBK) struggled against the blocking wall in China, they came out as a fixer and played a role in opening the breath of the attack.

In Korea, Kim Yeon-Kyung's attack broke freely and advanced to 22:18, and Kim Hee-jin's sub ace was 23:18 and 5 points lead.

Korea, who fled to China 24 to 18 due to the attack of China, was shot again by Kim Yeon-kyung in 24 to 20.

Kim Yeon-kyung flew back in the 19th to 17th in three sets.

Kim Yeon-kyung's high-altitude smash hit a foot-footed court, and Korea quickly reversed the 20s and 19s.

Korea, who continued the 22-20 lead with the continuous blocking of the center Kim Soo-ji (IBK IBK), made a victory by creating 23-20 by China.

Korea made a 24:21 match point with Kim Yeon-kyung's keen diagonal attack, and finished the game with Lee Jae-young's scoring.

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