The SandClan’s dreams of a last-place finish in the playoffs were shattered by the stellar performances of ‘Zeus’ and ‘Owner’. The return of Lee “Faker” Sang-hyuk was the answer. T1 rattled off back-to-back wins after the return of ‘Faker’ Lee ‘Faker’ Sang-hyuk, and went on a two-game winning streak.
T1 won 2-1 against Liv SanBak in the second round of the 2023 LOL Champions Korea (LCK) Summer on Thursday afternoon at Roll Park LCK Arena in Jongno, Seoul. With Lee “Faker” Sang-hyuk at the center, Choi “Zeus” Jang-jeong led the team’s frontline in the first set, and Moon “Owner” Hyun-jun led the team to victory in the third set with a rampage on the recine.
With the win, T1, who have won two in a row, improved to 9-0 on the season, pushing their winning percentage back up to 5 percent. Liv Sanbak suffered her 12th loss (5W, -12L) and will have to wait for another chance to secure a PO.
Liv Sanvak came out with a high-value late-game combo in Game 1 with a Tristana-Kaissa one-deal combo and top Gwen, but T1 had the first laugh as Xanthe on top of Zeus neutralized Gwen early on.
After losing the first game in a blowout, Liv “Teddy” San-bak evened the score in the second game with a kaiju carry, but it wasn’t enough to break T1 completely. 먹튀검증
After tying the game at 2-2, T1 took out mid laner Geras in game three, setting up the upper lane with a top Maokai-Jungle Ricin. The charge leader of T1’s offense was ‘Owner’ Moon Hyun-jun’s Ricin. He unleashed his tower and spread his influence throughout the canyon, securing the win before the 20-minute mark. After completing the Soul of the Sea Dragon, T1 cleared the nexus on Reeve Sanbak at 31-minutes.