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With each passing day, the habit of T1 winning and Keria winning POG repeats itself in the 2023 LCK Spring Split…
T1 easily defeated Fredit BRION 2-0 last night (March 3) in less than an hour to complete the ninth win in a row in the 2023 LCK Spring Split. In addition to firmly building first place in the table and creating about Up to four points away with the chasing group, T1 is still taking a big advantage before the play-off round. BRO tried to speed up in game 1 but was caught by T1 by snowballing the top lane. Pressing non-stop, T1 closed the first game at 21 minutes and 50 seconds.
Proving the mentality of not letting go, BRO put all their faith in the choice Renekton created the brand of top lane Morgan. BRO got off to a good start and tied T1 6-6 on kills until Viego in Oner’s hand spoke up and ruined their evening. Despite Renekton’s initial advantage and potential 3/3/1 KDA, T1 still knew how to knock out all three enemy soldiers and win the game after 33 minutes. T1’s two best players since the beginning of the season, Keria and Oner, split Player of the Game (POG) in two games respectively.
Keria was elected as POG with Thresh reaching KDA 1/1/5 in game 1. Thanks to that, T1’s support reached 1,000 POG points and led the individual performance rankings in the LCK Spring 2022. This number was even. The best achievement that Keria has ever achieved in his career in the 2020 LCK Spring – when he was still playing at DRX. And if such a top performance continues, it is not excluded that Keria will become the first support player in the LCK’s 10-year history to win the group stage MVP. “It seems like I’m improving every day,” Keria said in a post-match interview when asked why he played so well. “I think it’s because we eat good food, play games hard, and do everything together.” In conclusion, the star of T1 is still humble to all the opponents ahead because “everyone has an alarm button when cornered”.
T1 (January 13) will meet DRX (2-11) – the team has run out of motivation due to losing their place in the play-off round of LCK Spring 2023 – at 5:30 pm on March 9. “Our goal is to stay motivated until the play-offs. We will win the match against DRX,” said Oner after the game and “hidden” that he would try to encourage Faker to play Aurelion Sol for the first time in his career.