Creamline and Chery Tiggo are getting ready for a collision after shaky wins
A Creamline squad that was on the verge of sweeping the Premier Volleyball League (PVL) season squandered a first-set lead.
The Cool Smashers ultimately cleaned up their game, claimed the following three sets, and sent new team Akari off the court with a 23-25, 25-15, 25-16, 25-21 defeat in their Reinforced Conference matchup on Thursday at PhilSports Arena.
But for a squad with a history of winning championships, that just won’t do.
“I believe that today’s game served as a wake-up call for us, reminding us that we must give our all or even 200 percent in every game. Since all teams are well-prepared, a hundred percent is insufficient, according to Jia de Guzman, who expertly directed the Creamline offensive with 19 first-rate sets.
De Guzman might be correct. Even brief lapses could be harder to recover from when Chery Tiggo is waiting in the wings.
“We are anticipating our matchup with Chery. We are aware that they won’t hand it over to us readily. De Guzman promised, “We will work hard.
Even though they defeated the winless Army-United Auctioneers in a gut-punch victory by scores of 22-25, 25-18, 25-27, 25-18, and 15-12, the Crossovers didn’t exactly project much power heading into that match.
Army actually had strong defense and service, so we really had to put in a lot of work, according to immigrant Jelena Cvijovic, whose team recorded its sixth straight victory.
Coach Clarence Esteban of Chery Tiggo remarked in Filipino, “For whatever reason, we started quite slowly in the opening set.
Despite a shaky start, Chery Tiggo has enough to trouble Creamline in their anticipated matchup.
Mylene Paat, the highest local scorer in the league, scored 23 points, including the winning basket after Royse Tubino had helped the Lady Troopers preserve three match points to trim the deficit to two points, 14-12.
Chery Tiggo can also rely on its defense, which is anchored by Cvijovic’s consistent floor coverage and enabled the club on Thursday overcome a 0-2 start in the fifth set. The Crossovers then built an 11-6 lead thanks to back-to-back blocks from Czarina Carandang.
The encounter versus Creamline will be beneficial since both sides will have had adequate rest before to the game, according to Esteban. During the winter break, we will continue our training and develop our plan for Creamline.
The sides’ abilities are comparable, thus it will be a battle of momentum. We’ll go for [the kill] if we get momentum right away, he continued.
Creamline might capitalize on Ced Domingo’s
Continuous ascent as it attempts to formally save a semifinal spot thanks to his collaboration with Yeliz Basa in leading the Cool Smashers to victory after they went down with a 23-21 lead in the opening set.
Domingo scored 14 points and contributed five of the team’s nine blocks, while Basa ended with 18 points overall.
Because my teammates and I were always in a favorable position for our blockings, I believe it was simple for me, stated Domingo. And it helped because we really researched Akari,
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