Fnatic takes first victory in LEC Spring Split 2023

Actions continue in the LEC Spring Season, and the most awaited day for many fans has arrived: Fnatic’s first... Eduardo | 20. March 2023

Actions continue in the LEC Spring Season, and the most awaited day for many fans has arrived: Fnatic’s first victory in the tournament. On the other hand, it is also worth mentioning that G2 Esports took away Team Vitality’s undefeated record, and KOI added a new victory to get closer to the top of the table.

Below, we summarize the matches of Day 5 of the LEC Spring Split 2023.

Team BDS crushes Astralis and climbs to the top of the table

A challenging game to evaluate kicks off the second day of the second week of the LEC. After a flawless Doukan “113” Balc with Lee Sin, Astralis was in full control of the game. Unfortunately, blunders occurred, and Team BDS turned into an impossible game.

Team BDS worked a miracle by pitting a struggling Astralis squad against an aging dragon. The Danish squad lost control of the game after Adam Maanane’s Aatrox became unstoppable. Astralis collapses and loses a bizarre game in which mistakes cost them upgrades from the Elder Dragon and Baron Nashor. There’s no denying that BDS, who returned with a superb Adam and Ju Marui “Crownie” in the team fights, deserves some praise.

MAD Lions loses unbelievably to EXCEL Esports

EXCEL got the better of the lions, earning an important victory thanks to the poor performance of MAD Lions and the excellent performance of Andrei “Odoamne” Pascu.

Although MAD Lions made many mistakes, there was much to celebrate in EXCEL’s victory thanks to Odoamne. Odoamne cemented his place as the team’s most outstanding player, and the British organization earned its second win of the year. However, the irrepressible Romanian toplaner was a major concern for a MAD Lions squad struggling to get off the ground.

Fnatic gets their first win of the Split

It took a while, but it’s finally here. Once the team gets its first win in the Spring LEC, Fnatic experiences a period of calm and a revival of illusions.

Fnatic defeats Team Heretics and receives its first positive point of the regular season. The orange team performed well, had fun, and triumphed to instill hopes of being able to salvage the season.

Oscar “Oscarinin,” Muoz Martin “Rekkles” Larsson, and Marek “Humanoid” Brázda were responsible for leading Fnatic to their first victory of the season. Especially Rekkles, who defeated Jakob “Jackspektra” Kepple in a shooter’s duel, in which the Swedish shooter’s Xayah played a crucial role in the team battles. In addition to promising new triumphs, Fnatic’s new look may inspire faith that the squad will improve this season and set much more ambitious goals.

KOI crushes SK Gaming

The weekend is increasingly tinged with purple, and KOI wins with overflowing intensity. The Spanish team achieved its second victory this week, defeating SK Gaming, which aspires to be a direct competitor in this LEC. However, thanks to the return of the great Markos “Comp” Stamkopoulos, KOI continues to climb levels. The Greek shooter returns with a flawless Kai’Sa, giving KOI a crucial victory.

G2 Esports takes away Team Vitality’s undefeated streak

A fantastic match to close Day 5 and an eventful Sunday. Thanks to Team Vitality and G2 Esports’ victory, we had a wild game.

As G2 fought for the win, the hits were back to current. Rasmus “Caps” Winther and Martin “Yike” Sundelin turned Vitality into their worst nightmare and recorded the team’s first defeat. Samurai won the crucial match by imposing their mechanical and connection superiority. After the loss to KOI, G2 bounces back and, as always, rises to the occasion.

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