December 1, 2021

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T1 wins over EDward Gaming and forces a potential tie-break to first place

T1 wins over EDward Gaming and forces a potential tie-break to first place

This is a surprising thing towards this League of Legends 2021 Worlds! Faker and T1 won over EDward Gaming in the Pool B rematch and forced the LPL champion to tie-break first place in the group.

End-to-end game control

It now ends in Pool B, winning with DetonatioN FocusMe and 100 Thieves respectively, EDward Gaming and T1 qualifying for the 2021 League of Legends World Playoffs, remaining the LJL Champion on the North American Seed 1 and Tile. Although our two teams are already in Pool B for the rest of the tournament, it remains to be seen who will finish first in this group stage. After defeating 100 thieves, Faker and T1 have already returned to Summer Rift to take part in EDward Gaming.

In the first stage, T1s are highly biased against EDG. After a difficult opening game, after misbehaving from the first team fights, Faker and his teammates were transparent throughout the meeting, leaving half of their field in control and thus leaving control of the targets to their opponents. Rather than slowing them down they tried to stay with their rivals, the T1s also made bad decisions and unfortunately, the EDGs did not hesitate to admit the slightest mistake of their rivals. Since EDward Gaming won in the first round, the T1s must win if they want to force at least a tie-break first; In case of defeat, the Chinese team takes the lead and loses undefeated (after T1, EDG is still facing 100 thieves).

The start of the match for the T1s got off to a great start as they put a lot of pressure on the top lane and showed themselves to be really aggressive by taking the first turret well before the 10th minute of the game. The Koreans have set the pace in this segment and for now, EDGs are cashing in without saying much about the risk being seriously granted. The first fight in this meeting comes quickly and in fact the T1s impose themselves on art and method that allows for a neat opening in the middle lane. We reached the 20th minute of the game and the T1s were in the lead with more than 3k golds, the face shown by the Korean competitors in this game being completely different in the first leg, putting aside their inaction and adopting the style of the game the most aggressive. In contrast, the EDGs in this game are particularly asleep and fully execute T1’s Strike Force.

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Surprisingly (somewhat) the T1s won the first round in the most beautiful manner in just 25 minutes over their opponent. With this victory, the T1s will end the Chinese winning streak and force a tie-break match to the first place, adding a little spice to the day after the end of T1 suspense with his victory over 100 thieves. In the event of a tie-break between EDG and T1 (depending on the T1 results against EDG and DFM against 100T), the match will take place at the end of the day by the end of regular matches. Afternoon

Saturday 16 October / Group B return matches

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    EDward Gaming

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    100 thieves

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Classification of group B

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Rang

Teams

Achievements

Failures

1 (Eligibility) T1 5 1
2 (Eligibility) EDward Gaming 4 2
3 (deleted) 100 thieves 3 3
4 (deleted) Ditonatioen Focusmi 6