"They were an extreme group to beat. They played their best. They brought all that they could and it's our honor to play semis with them since it gave us the heart to make it to the Finals," she said. "In any event now, alam namin yung shortcoming namin, na kaya kaming talunin, and we have everything to lose on the off chance that we unwind and offer into our adversaries."
The Lady Warriors brought down the Purest Water Defenders in four sets, 15-25, 27-25, 25-11, 25-23, on Monday to orchestrate a date against Philippine Air Force in the Finals.
Also, for Pocari Sweat, the title appearance is an approval of its endeavors in its first invasion in the V-League.
"It feels extraordinary. I cherish this group so much, the dedication and heart of every player, mararamdaman mo talaga each time you venture on the court," said Gumabao.
Pablo, who has been Pocari's key supporters in its raced to the finals, additionally trusted their diligent work paid of.
"Sobrang saya kasi yung hirap namin sa preparing namin, nasuklian."
Gumabao, the previous La Salle star center blocker, said that Pocari Sweat's five-diversion extend that hollowed them against either Bali Pure or Air Force permitted the group to see the vast gaps in its framework.
"In any event, nakita na namin lahat ng mali namin. As players, we know how to get over from our own off-diversions, and as a group, we know na kaya kaming talunin," she said. "I've been there before and if matalo ka sa Finals, yun ang mas masakit. So sabi ko, OK na matalo tayo sa disposals and semis para pagdating sa Finals, we're hungrier, more arranged, and we could utilize those things to inspire ourselves."
As the Lady Warriors move their center to the Finals, all they need is to stay with the things that permitted them to make it this far.