Lee Da-young is the second Korean woman to play MVP in the European Champions League

LeCane (France) beat Uchi (Poland) on December 1 (Korea time) in the third leg of Group E of the 2023-24 Women’s Champions League finals with a set score of 3-2 (23:25 25:18 25:15 20:25 15:7).

Lee Da-young was named the Le Carne-Uchie Most Valuable Player (MVP) by the CEV. It is the first time since Kim Yeon-kyung (35) that a Korean female player has been selected for the official award of the European Volleyball Federation Champions League.

The fact that Lee Da-young became the most valuable player of the game just three rounds after her Champions League debut reminds me of Kim Yeon-kyung winning the Champions League MVP and scoring title in her first year in European women’s volleyball.

Against Uchi, Lee Da-young had a set share of 19.0 percent (20/105) and scored five points. Through two blocks and two serve aces, Lee impressed LeCane regardless of his defense and attack. 안전놀이터

According to the statistics of the European Volleyball Federation, Lee made only one error and the first inning of “Excellent Attack” was also notable. Lee Da-young drew attention for her performance in all-round play as well as the stability required by her key setter.

LeCane will wrap up the 2023 European Volleyball Federation tournament with its fourth home game in Group E of the Women’s Champions League against Blazy on Dec. 6. In 2024, the tournament will end with Promethei (Ukraine) on Jan. 12 and away games against Uchi on Jan. 17.

Lee Da-young is gaining momentum by winning three consecutive matches by LeCane and topping Group E. If she keeps her lead like this, she will go straight to the quarterfinals of the European Champions League and experience the women’s world number one club competition tournament.

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