T1 had an overwhelming victory against their “destined” opponent, G2 Esports at MSI 2022.
At MSI 2022, the semi-final match between T1 and G2 Esports was a match full of “destined”, because G2 Esports defeated T1 2 times in a row at the semi-finals of MSI and Worlds 2019. At MSI 2022, G2 Esports is also the one. The team has ended T1’s 26-match unbeaten streak, so the gaming community around the world has high expectations for this semi-final.
In the first game, it seemed that T1 defeated G2 Esports right from the pick and ban phase. Because entering game 1, Faker’s Tristana had too many advantages over Caps’ Galio card. In addition to the fact that G2 Esports is too focused on Gumayusi and “ignored” the mid lane, Faker’s Tristana has become a “monster” with equipment that exceeds the remaining 9 names on the map.
T1 vs G2 Highlights Game 1 Semi Finals MSI 2022 T1 vs G2 Esports by Onivia
In the second game, the game was a bit more balanced because G2 was leading but still had the advantages of kills and dragons. But in the most important fight phase, Caps moved carelessly and let Keria catch it at 25 minutes, from which T1 destroyed the entire G2 lineup and took the Baron for free.
In the end, Caps failed to catch Faker in the 28th minute and lost the whole game to T1.
T1 vs G2 Highlights Game 2 Semifinals MSI 2022 T1 vs G2 Esports by Onivia
By the final game, G2 Esports seemed to be completely destroyed by T1 with a huge gap in 20 minutes of play. Throughout the game, T1 continuously showed an “out show” with eye-catching skirmishes. In the end, T1 won the teamfight in the bot lane and pushed straight into the mid lane, ending the game at 20 minutes.
With this victory, T1 has “retrieved” 2 bitter defeats to G2 in the past, and T1 will also enter the final of MSI 2022 to compete for the championship trophy with Royal Never Give Up.
The final match of MSI 2022 between T1 and Royal Never Give Up will take place at 15:00 tomorrow (May 29).
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