The presence of the returning LOL Emperor was unmistakable. T1, which had collapsed after a disjointed performance, looked like a completely different team and broke its losing streak.
T1 won 2-0 against Guangdong in the second round of the ‘2023 LOL Champions Korea (hereinafter LCK) Summer held at Roll Park LCK Arena in Jongno, Seoul on the afternoon of the second day. Led by Lee “Faker” Sang-hyuk, the team overwhelmed its opponent in 46 minutes with a series of coordinated moves to secure the second victory of the second round.
The win snapped a five-game losing streak for T1, which improved to 8 wins (9 L, -1 G) on the season and clinched fifth place. Guangdong, who suffered their ninth straight loss, dropped to 13th (4W, -16G) of the season and slipped to the bottom of the table.
With the return of Lee “Faker” Sang-hyuk after a 31-day hiatus, T1 looked like a complete team with none of the ineffective moves of the past three weeks. Under the orchestration of “Faker”, who chose “Jays”, the team made a pleasant start to their comeback, wrapping up the first set in 23 minutes and 40 seconds.
Set two was another one-sided victory for T1. Rolling a snowball with kills on the bot, T1 took an early lead with big wins in both the Herald and Dragon battles. 스포츠토토