On Wednesday evening (13), Sesi Bauru faced Osasco São Cristóvão Saúde at the Paulo Skaf Gymnasium in a delayed fifth-round match of the Women's Volleyball Super League. The hosts were pushing for a result but were counting on an inspiring play from Olympic champion Dani Lins to reverse the score once again and […]

13 dec
2023
– 23:52

(update at 23:52)




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On Wednesday evening (13), Sesi Bauru faced Osasco São Cristóvão Saúde at the Paulo Skaf Gymnasium in a delayed fifth-round match of the Women's Volleyball Super League. The hosts did not score a goal, but hoped that the inspiring play of Olympic champion Dani Lins would once again reverse the result and defeat their rival by 3 sets to 1, in parts of 19:25, 25:19, 25:21 and 25-19.

Osasco São Cristóvão Saúde started the match posing more of a threat to Sesi Bauru. By serving aggressively, Osasquense left the pass in Giovana's hands, and the setter managed to spread the game so that the attackers finished well. In this situation, Osasco won the first set 25:19 and took a 1-0 lead in the entire match.

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In the second set, Sesi Bauru improved on the court and equalized the match with Osasco. Bauru's serve did not favor Osasquense, so Dani Lins showed off on the court. The setter forced the game with nets and the opponents got lost on the pitch. Without a pass, Osasco were easy prey for Sesi Bauru, who had a good share of the wingers turning the ball over. In this situation, Sesi Bauru managed to win the last three sets of the match in a row, 25-19, 25-21 and 25-19 respectively, and won the match by 3 sets to 1.

Thanks to the victory, Sesi Bauru jumped to fourth place with 13 points and overtook Osasco São Cristóvão Saúde in the table. In turn, Osasco dropped to fifth place, one point behind its rival from Bauru. Next Monday (6:00 p.m.) at 9:00 p.m., Osasco returns to the field against the bottom team, São Caetano, while Sesi Bauru visits BluVolei on Wednesday (8:00 p.m.) at 6:30 p.m.



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