The game ended with a great come-from-behind win for OK Financial Group.
However, there was a tee in the jade that was disappointing. It wasn’t smooth. There was a communication problem after the video review, which led to a protest from KB Insurance head coach Hoo In-jung.
The KB Insurance-OK Financial Group game at Uijeongbu Gymnasium on the 24th. KB Insurance took the first and third sets, and OK Financial Group took the second and fourth sets to tie the match at 2-2 and force a fifth set.
In the early game, OK Financial Group scored five points in a row to take an 11-6 lead, and KB Insurance tried to catch up with a spike from Bijena and a service ace from Hwang Kyung-min.
The situation occurred at 9-12. The referee ruled that OK Financial Group setter Kwak Myung-woo had an overnet and KB Insurance scored. An error by OK Financial Group made it 10-12, which could have given KB Insurance the lead.
OK Financial Group coach Ogino Masa requested a video review and after watching the replay for a while, the result was ‘not an overnet’. KB Insurance manager Hoo In-jung loudly protested.
Hoo’s protest was not accepted, and a replay was made at 9-12, and the game ended with a 15-11 win for OK Financial Group.온라인카지노
“I know that the referee and the supervisor are watching hard, but I hope you can tell me how it is an overnet and how it is not an overnet,” Hu said after the match, adding, “From what I heard, they said they were not sure. Shouldn’t they say it is not an overnet and say it is unreadable?” He raised his voice. If it is unreadable, the referee’s decision is recognized.
However, a KOVO official said, “I think there was a miscommunication,” and added, “I think the umpire was misunderstood when he said he couldn’t see it. It didn’t mean that it couldn’t be read, but it meant that it couldn’t be seen that the hand went over, which means it wasn’t an overnet.”
However, there were many experts who disagreed with the call on KBSN’s broadcast screen.