Third LPL seed Suning manage to take down Top Esports during the 2020 League of Legends World Championship semifinals with a 3-1 score! Let’s see how the Best of Five game went!
Game 1 was closer than you think!
With a surprise Lee Sin pick from SoFM, the first game seems to be balanced: in the early game there are no teamfights and all players stay on par with their counterparts. The first blood goes to Bin in the top lane, helped by a SoFm’s gank. Throughout the course of the game TES remain in the lead as far as gold and dragons are concerned. But during a teamfight for the dragon soul SN they recover from the overwhelming pressure that the TES had applied until now. They then move towards the Baron by killing him and taking control of the map and glod lead back into their hands. Another dragon is about to spawn, the situation gets hot, both teams want the soul, SoFM manages to conquer the dragon and turn the situation upside down, a teamfight SN breaks out and they manage to find the carnage. Taking mid lane, SN destroy the inner tower, destroy the inhibitor and take the first game!
Game 2 signed the comeback!
The first minutes of the second game do not lead either team to get the first blood. The first dragon falls into the hands of SN, but the first herald goes to TES. Karsa is found out of position and killed thanks to Knight’s masterful wandering star, then kindred manages to take the second dragon for SN. Fight for the soul of the dragon, TES manage to prevent SN from taking the soul. During the fight TES manage to kill two enemies thanks to a masterful kick by Karsa’s Lee Sin.
TES heads towards the Baron and manages to conquer him. The focus moves towards the bot lane, TES manage to besiege the enemy base thanks to the Baron’s buff, they manage to enter the base and conquer the inhibitor. With a TES down inhibitor they also take back the second ocean dragon.
A fight breaks out in midlane, TES push towards the final siege, thanks also to 369 that chases all enemies. By destroying the enemy base and killing all the opponents carry, TES win the second game.
Throughout the game, SN has a great disposition around their top laner: by surprisingly choosing Shen, SofM caught TES off guard in the third game. Despite making a couple of wrong moves, SN figured out how to force TES in a detached position and they were often forced to fight. Also, despite Bin’s Jax had enough items and 4 Water Dragon, SN overpowered TES in battles and won. SofM looked superb and managed to lead his team to victory, putting the series to his team’s advantage.
The last match was the closest, with both teams investing a lot of resources at the bottom. A three-minute jungler gank quickly turned into a four-on-four fight, from which SN emerged victorious. However, TES did not falter after this initial pressure.
Fight to the dragon that brings carnage, as in the first game. Hunfeng is found out of position and is killed by TES, they get to the Baron, they manage to kill a couple of SN members who make them escape by blocking the Baron.
SN destroy the internal tower in mid, and then they take themselves to the inhibitor structures. While TES take tower and bot inhibitor, TES toplane try to recall but are interrupted several times, Angel and SwordArt try to close but are rejected.
A temfigh breaks out where once again SN manage to find the carnage and so they also find the victory, going to the World Cup final.
Every year china proposes some new teams, something never seen before, to try and win the Summoner’s Cup, thus creating a circle of unprecedented rivalry.
SN are a team that does not lose heart: they manage to turn the situation around, just as we have in these games. A single teamfight and the situation is reversed.
Will the third seed of the LPL be able to defeat the favorite Damwon Gaming fans?
SN will take on DWG on the 31st of October in the Grand Final of Worlds 2020!
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