Avondanja coach “Lack of mental toughness, didn’t bring victory again”

Heungkuk Life head coach Marcello Abondanza attributed the loss to mental strength.

Heungkuk Life lost 2-3 (25-23 21-25 25-21 17-25 13-15) to Hyundai E&C in the second game of the best-of-five Dodram V League 2023-24 Women’s Championship on Tuesday at 메이저 토토사이트 Suwon Gymnasium.

Heungkuk Life, which had also lost the first game 2-3, was on the brink of a second straight loss. To win the title, Heungkuk Life will need to record three straight wins starting with the third game on April 1.

After the game, coach Abondanza said, “It was an evenly matched game, just like the first game, but we made a lot of mistakes. It’s a shame that we couldn’t finish it off when we were ahead,” said Abondanza, “We lacked the mental aspect more than the technical.”

“We don’t have much time to prepare, but we study our opponents day and night. “We have no time to prepare, but we are studying our opponents day and night, and this process should show up on the court,” he added. “The third match will be played at home, so we will return to Suwon with the support and help of our fans to record two consecutive victories.

After losing the first game, Heungkuk Life made a game-changing move in the third set to bring in veteran libero Kim Hae-ran, who had been out with an injury, but the team was again bowed down.

“Kim Hae-ran did a good job, but the result was the same as last time,” said coach Abondanza. “I will decide whether to play her in the third game after seeing her physical condition. We’ll have to wait and see what happens.”

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