We are breaking the same record, but the feeling is distinctly different. It belonged to one league, but it was a pole against poles. This is the story of Hyundai E&C, which is running for 14 consecutive wins in the V-League women’s division, and Pepper Savings Bank, which has lost 15 consecutive losses.
Hyundai E&C defeated Pepper Savings Bank with a set score of 3-0 in the 14th game of the 2022-2023 V-League season held at Gwangju Pepper Stadium on the 18th. This season, they sprinted for 14 straight wins without a single loss, further solidifying their lead.
It is a record breaking every game. 스포츠토토 Hyundai E&C defeated GS Caltex on the 8th and succeeded in tying the record with 12 consecutive wins at the start of the 2021-2022 season. Afterwards, they defeated GS Caltex and Pepper Savings Bank in turn, breaking a new record every day with 14 consecutive wins.
The record-high 15 consecutive wins is just around the corner. This is also a record set by Hyundai E&C last season from December 11 last year to February 22 this year. In less than a year, they want to surpass the record they set.
Pepper Savings Bank hovers at the bottom. If there is no ‘loss’ for Hyundai E&C, there is no ‘win’ for Pepper Savings Bank. With 15 draws and 15 losses, they are bearing the humiliation of their opening match. Pepper Savings Bank, which was founded last season, sounded the first victory in the last game of the first round, but the atmosphere is somewhat different. The attack success rate as well as serve and set records all declined. Receive efficiency has increased from 25% to 32%, but I am not enjoying the effect.
It is breaking the record for the most consecutive losses in history. Pepper Savings Bank has already surpassed Hyundai Engineering & Construction’s 11 consecutive losses in the 2007-2008 season and 2018-2019 season by losing to Heungkuk Life Insurance on the 7th. At this rate, it would not be strange to have the most consecutive losses in women’s history. The record for the most consecutive losses is KGC Ginseng Corporation’s 20 consecutive losses in the 2012-2013 season.
Pepper Savings Bank is currently digesting the season without an official command tower. First coach Kim Hyung-sil resigned voluntarily after 10 consecutive losses. Regarding the appointment of the next manager, the club said in a phone call with this magazine on the 19th, “Nothing has been decided at the moment. The situation is the same whether it was a week ago or now. He said, “We are not only figuring out domestically but also overseas.”