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Despite breaking unbeaten run, Kung Fu Reyes says NU still tough to beat even in 'bad game'

Coach Kung Fu Reyes is happy that UST survived NU's "bad game". UAAP Season 85 Media Team
By Stewart Tan

MANILA—University of Santo Tomas head coach Kung Fu Reyes heaved a sigh of relief after pulling off a 25-23, 27-25, 17-25, 22-25, 15-11 stunner over National University Lady Bulldogs in the UAAP Season 85 women’s volleyball on Saturday night.

Reyes admitted that the Golden Tigresses were lucky to catch the Lady Bulldogs on an off night but still, his wards had a hard time defeating the defending UAAP women’s volleyball champions.

"Luckily, bad game si NU. Pero kahit bad game, ang hirap pa ring manalo sa kanila,” Reyes said during the post-match interview.

“Very point kailangang mong magtrabaho. Luckily nakuha namin yung fifth set," he added.

Reyes also said that there are still a lot of things to fix in the Golden Tigresses’ game, especially during their struggles to close out the match in the third and fourth sets.

“Up and down yung flow ng game. Yun yung mga things na dapat naming ma-overcome,” Reyes said.

The win saw UST tie with NU and Adamson in second place at 2-1, just behind De La Salle University's pristine 2-0 record.

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