Review of the 8th week of LCS EU Spring 2014 part 3

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Good afternoon, our dear friends! In this blog I will tell you about the ended games of the 8th week of European LCS.

FNATIC VS SK GAMING

Fnatic (L)

 SK Gaming (W)

Kills

Turrets

Gold

Kills

Turrets

Gold

4

3

37.4k

10

9

50.4k

Lineup

Position

Player

Champion

K/D/A

Position

Player

Champion

K/D/A

Top

sOAZ

Trundle

0/3/3

Top

Fredy122

Renekton

2/1/2

Jungle

Cyanide

Evelynn

0/4/1

Jungle

Svenskeren

Elise

4/2/3

Mid

xPeke

Ahri

2/2/1

Mid

Jesiz

Nidalee

0/0/3

Marksman (AD Carry)

Rekkles

Caitlyn

1/0/0

Marksman (AD Carry)

CandyPanda

Lucian

2/0/4

Support

YellOwStaR

Morgana

1/2/1

Support

nRated

Thresh

2/1/4

Bans

Annie

Pantheon

Kayle

Kassadin

Lulu

LeBlanc

 

In case of victory SK would go up to the first place and Fnatic would make one more step to its old positions. Both teams decided not to surprise with something extraordinary and came to the game with their strongest line-ups.

Fnatic took the first kill in a battle 3 by 3 on the top lane, but SK recouped with the help of Elise. Fnatic took a tower, SK responded by having taken a dragon, Fnatic responded with two more towers.

In the mid-game SK went to push, destroying one tower after another. Having caught the opponent on its mistake, SK moved to Baron and took him, having fixed their leadership in the game. Fnatic confused and couldn't get together to repel the rivals' attack. SK was wiser in the correct moment, which led to success.

The game ended in 27 minutes, which showed the deserved first (or second) place of SK in current grid.

 SUPA HOT CREW VS COPENHAGEN WOLVES

Supa Hot Crew (L)

Copenhagen Wolves (W)

Kills

Turrets

Gold

Kills

Turrets

Gold

10

3

46.7k

24

9

65.0k

Lineup

Position

Player

Champion

K/D/A

Position

Player

Champion

K/D/A

Top

Mimer

Shyvana

1/3/1

Top

YoungBuck

Trundle

2/0/12

Jungle

Impaler

Evelynn

6/6/4

Jungle

Amazing

Lee Sin

11/2/12

Mid

Moopz

Gragas

1/6/4

Mid

cowTard

Lulu

3/4/14

Marksman (AD Carry)

MrRalleZ

Lucian

2/1/4

Marksman (AD Carry)

FORG1VEN

Jinx

7/2/9

Support

Migxa

Leona

0/8/3

Support

Unlimited

Morgana

1/3/16

Bans

Kassadin

Renekton

Caitlyn

Thresh

Pantheon

Jax

 

"Wolves" seemed unstoppable, but they lost both games of the second day, and SHC won 4 of the last 5 games.

The game began well for "Wolves." Amazing did the first kill and almost made ​​a second one, but whether he forgot about ignite or just did not hit the mark (everything can happen), but it gave the possibility for Mimer to escape. CW continued their pressure, they killed Migxa and took the first tower, and then the dragon, and two more kills. And on the 8th minute a gap in 3000 looked very solid.

"Wolves" continued to increase an advantage, and after one more dragon it reached 7,000. And this game was like a battle of junglers, because they had the best KDA in their teams. But jungler of "wolves", like the whole team, was generally stronger.

Amazing can be definitely called the player of the match. 11/2/12 - this score is for soloQ, but not for LCS. No, it doesn't mean that the opponents were too weak. Just some players managed to do everything, and the other couldn't, because of different reasons.

At the moment "Wolves" share 4-6 places with Fnatic and Alliance. And SHC is just in one step away from the last place. And it's time to start an ascent, because soon it will be too late.

Team standings:

Place

Team

Winnings

Defeats

1

Gambit Gaming

12

8

2

SK Gaming

12

8

3

ROCCAT

11

9

4

Fnatic

10

10

-

Alliance

10

10

-

Copenhagen Wolves

10

10

7

Supa Hot Crew XD

8

12

8

Millenium

7

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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