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Mylene Paat’s Stellar Performance Drives Chery Tiggo to Victorious Win Against Nxled

Chery Tiggo Crossovers’ Mylene Paat, the official player of the game, made an impact from the bench, and led the team to a victory against gritty Nxled, 22-25, 31-29, 25-23, 28-26. The win helped Chery Tiggo secure second place in the 2023 Premier Volleyball League (PVL) second All-Filipino Conference. Paat, who had missed the first four games due to an injury, provided 16 points and three blocks. She motivated her teammates to keep fighting on, especially after they lost Imee Hernandez to a left knee injury in the second set. “I shouted to play our hearts out in this fight. Through our hearts, we will win this game,” said Paat, who acknowledged that she hasn’t fully recovered but is grateful for the support and trust from her coaches and teammates.

Chery Tiggo Crossovers’ Eya Laure. –MARLO CUETO/

Eya Laure added 23 points, including three blocks and 13 digs but expressed dissatisfaction with her performance. Chery Tiggo improved to 5-1 and is currently tied for second place with PLDT. Cess Robles also contributed 16 points and nine excellent receptions. Pauline Gaston had 12 points and secured three straight points in the fourth set, pushing the Crossovers to match point. Setter Jasmin Nabor finished the game with seven points and 20 excellent sets.

Nxled, with Ebon leading the charge with 18 points, outplayed Chery Tiggo in the second and third sets but eventually lost, sliding to 1-5. Chery Tiggo deputy coach Kungfu Reyes credited coach Taka Minowa’s team and acknowledged the difficulty in scoring against their level of play.

For Cery Tiggo’s post-game interview, watch this video:

Chery Tiggo deputy coach Kungfu Reyes, Mylene Paat, and Eya Laure after surviving Nxled. #PVL2023

Posted by Inquirer Sports on Thursday, November 9, 2023