MSI 2022: In the melee round, T1 players lost to G2 and EG, but Demon King Faker showed no interest in the losses in this round.
MSI 2022: Team T1 holds the ticket for the semifinals
Entering the melee round, T1 fans are hoping the Demon King and his teammates will maintain the longest unbeaten streak. However, T1 suffered unfortunate defeats and ended their unbeaten streak. Two strong contenders, G2 and RNG both “easily” won T1, specifically losing T1 to EG.
After 4 days of intense hand-to-hand combat, T1 took 2nd place by a margin of 5-3. However, if they continue to lose, there is a high possibility that T1 will be eliminated from the top. Although the team is not in good shape, Faker is still extremely optimistic and not worried about the recent defeats, he still maintains a confident and calm frame of mind.
“All previous matches were BO1s and anyone can lose a BO1 like that. The whole team learned a lot from such failures.”
“We continue to view the situation extremely positively. To be polite, I personally don’t care much for melee losses.– Faker said. In fact, the T1 team still holds the ticket to the semi-finals of MSI 2022. If SGB is eliminated, PSG are likely to suffer the same fate.
On Day 5 of the Melee Round, Team T1 welcomes SGB, the representative of VCS is officially eliminated from MSI 2022, but Faker shouldn’t underestimate the representative of VCS. The last game was a heroic fight between T1 and RNG, this is an opportunity for T1 to avenge the previous defeat.
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