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Deban Milosavljev Towers in Fuchs Berlin - Sport 32:17 victory over Bergisch HC in volleyball Bundesliga

Deban Milosavljev Towers in Fuchs Berlin – Sport 32:17 victory over Bergisch HC in volleyball Bundesliga

Two shots first from the back, then another from the right wing – Dejan Milosavljev did not care. The Füchse goalkeeper rushed from one corner to another for a few seconds, blocking the ball one after the other. His savings were the basis for Berliners’ 32:17 (14: 8) victory over Bergich HC on Sunday.

This is the three-way relay described in particular, through which Milosevlzev gave decisive inspiration to his team. Because first Füchse did not enter the game.

Accordingly, the game progressed with poor goals, in which Lasso Anderson was able to score only the third goal for Berlin ten minutes later. But then came Milosavljev. And his increase in performance sparked an early spark for the rest of the team, with Fuchs capturing the game and leading 7: 5.

Fabian Vide’s replacement, who stepped back to the ground in the 20th minute after a month-long forced break, gave the attack more depth and, above all, more variation.

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But self-defense was decisive. Here is another healed veteran Moros who made a difference. The Spanish defensive regular earned respect on the field from the first second and ensured a more active cover center.

With their feet moving quickly, well, and with the right amount of aggression, there were no chances of Perkis throwing – when they did, Milosevljev was frequent. In the first half alone, the goalkeeper had 52 per cent blocked balls and in 17 minutes it became 17th.

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Again and again one arm flew out, pulling the leg just in time. Although the body language of the more seriously injured guests appeared to be very pessimistic, Tejan Milosevljev could only see one pose: the winner’s fist was happily raised.