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T1s salute EDward Gaming on this 2nd day of Worlds 2021

T1s salute EDward Gaming on this 2nd day of Worlds 2021

The second day of the T1 and EDward Gaming Main Event group stage began, and the match turned out to be beneficial for the Chinese team. This is the first defeat for Faker and his teammates in Worlds 2021.

Very difficult game for T1s

League of Legends Worlds 2021 is back with a second day on the main event group stage. During the first day, 4 Korean teams showed the whole world that they did not come to Iceland to compile statistics, in the process the Chinese teams suffered some. The first day started with DWG – FPX, 2020 champion against 2019 champion, and what better way to start this new day than T1 – EDward gaming?

This is not the first time the two teams have met at an international event. In addition to playing in the group stages of previous editions of the Worlds, the most important and emotional meeting was definitely the final of Mid-Season Invitational 2015, when EDG then won 3-2 over Faker and SKT T1. In this group stage of Worlds 2021, T1 and EDG are favorites to qualify for the playoffs, compared to two other competitors, DFM and 100 Thieves, both teams performed a good overall level game yesterday.

This game is not the best early start for T1, they are lagging behind the golds and have been abused since the first team fights. The EDGs put a lot of pressure on the T1 junker owner, who quickly became powerless in this game and was unable to come to the aid of his teammates who had crossed the very happy lane stage. The EDGs had control over the meeting, controlling the map and targets, but were a little surprised before their opponents captured Nashor before the 25th minute. The Chinese came back and resumed their march towards the Nexus a few minutes later, taking advantage of several gross errors of the T1s and taking the second Nashor to overcome the first enemy defense.

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The chances of winning T1s are already very slim considering how the game is going and the way the EDG has been playing since the game started, better fights, better control over the targets including Drake, and game plan. More efficient. In addition to turning slowly and trying to speed up with opponents, T1s make bad decisions. And unfortunately, EDGs let nothing go and move forward overall, which is far from LPL champions, but it deserves to be very effective. The T1s are unlikely to surpass their half-field and it is logical that they will bow today, leaving EDG, the only interim leader of the group, to retaliate against Faker and his teammates EDward Gaming. Second foot.

Tuesday, October 12

  • Is over

    T1

    EDward Gaming

    Group b

    Group b

  • Is over

    DWG KIA

    Rogue

    Group A

    Group A

  • Is over

    PSG Talon

    Hanwa Life Sports

    Group c

    Group c

  • Is over

    Maniac

    Royal never give up

    Group c

    Group c

  • Is over

    FunPlus Phoenix

    Cloud 9

    Group A

    Group A

  • Is over

    100 thieves

    Ditonatioen Focusmi

    Group b

    Group b

  • Is over

    Gen.G.

    MAD Lions

    Group d

    Group d

  • Is over

    Team Liquid

    LNG Sports

    Group d

    Group d

Classification of major event groups

Group A Group b

Rang

Teams

Achievements

Failures

1 DWG KIA 2
2 FunPlus Phoenix 1 1
2 Rogue 1 1
4 Cloud 9 2

Rang

Teams

Achievements

Failures

1 EDward Gaming 2
2 100 thieves 1 1
2 T1 1 1
4 Ditonatioen Focusmi 2
Group c Group d

Rang

Teams

Achievements

Failures

1 Royal never give up 2
2 Hanwa Life Sports 1 1
2 PSG Talon 1 1
4 Maniac 2

Rang

Teams

Achievements

Failures

1 Gen.G. 1 1
1 LNG Sports 1 1
1 MAD Lions 1 1
1 Team Liquid 1 1