Liv Sanbak lost 0-2 to T1 in the 2023 ‘LoL Champions Korea (LCK)’ spring season regular league round 2 held at the LCK Arena in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 23rd. With a record of 7 wins and 4 losses (+3), it fell three places from 3rd to 6th.
Coach Ryu said at a press conference after the game, “The most regrettable thing was that we played very quickly in a situation where we could have won.” He said, “Sometimes this kind of play comes out. In both the 1st and 2nd sets, I couldn’t keep my composure in certain situations, and I gave up the victory by playing in a hurry.”
Regarding Top Azir, which was entrusted to Noh Tae-yoon of ‘Budol’ that day, he explained, “Tae-yoon is good at it, and it’s a pick that he has always practiced in scrims.” Director Ryu said, “I came out (today) because the composition was natural. He thought he was the best champion when a player had to be alone at the top.”
Regarding the opponent’s selection of midfielder Gragas, he evaluated that he “prepared well.” Director Ryu said, “The champion looked good, and I expected Gragas to appear as he has appeared in several other tournaments recently.” He continued, “I also considered mid, but I didn’t think it would really come out. If so, we still thought about what we would choose.”
Liv Sanbak will play the next game against Nongshim Red Force on the 25th. Director Ryu said, “I showed a disappointing appearance in various ways today,” and “I will fix the shortcomings that came out today or the unsatisfactory parts in terms of ban picks as much as possible. I will try to show a good performance in the next game.” 온라인카지노