My condolences to Viyena’s parents
Andres Villena (registered name Villena), a foreign player who attacked his parents, was the biggest contributor to saving KB Insurance in the men’s professional volleyball team’s sixth consecutive loss.
Viena took the lead in defeating her opponent with a set score of 3-1 in the fourth round of the professional volleyball Dodram 2023-24 V-League at Uijeongbu Gymnasium in Gyeonggi Province on the 9th.
Villena scored 30 points, the most among the two teams, brutally trampling over Korean Air, the No. 1 player in the V-League. Her offense share was 44.9 percent and her offense success rate was 63.6 percent. Thanks to Villena’s stellar performance, KB Insurance escaped six consecutive losses and enjoyed the joy of its victory a month after the match against Korean Air on Dec. 10 last year. KB Insurance, which earned three points, was still at the bottom of the V-League’s leaderboard with 17 points (4 wins and 18 losses).
In particular, he played an important role in determining the direction of the game by taking the set with an open attack in the second set, 28-27.
According to the Korea Volleyball Federation on Wednesday, Viena has scored 597 points in 84 sets in 22 games this season. She is second to Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance’s Yosbani Hernandez (registered Yosbani, 625 points). She ranked third with an average attack success rate of 54.1 percent. Viena has accumulated 177 errors in this season. She is less than Yosbani (209 criminal) and Hyundai Capital’s Ahmed Iqbairi (185 points) among foreign players who are somewhat higher in possession of offense.
스포츠토토 Biena, a former member of the Spanish national team, started her relationship with the V-League when she was hired by Korean Air during the 2019-20 season. She made a strong impression by winning the MVP award at the KOVO Cup. After returning to the V-League after two years, Biena has been playing as a main gun since last season, wearing KB Insurance’s uniform. Team performance fluctuates depending on firepower. Since Korean volleyball is a “bad volleyball” that relies too much on foreign players, KB Insurance’s performance depends on how Biena manages her physical strength.