On the afternoon of January 10 (Vietnam time), the 2022 LPL Spring Split has officially started again. In it, all attention is focused on the great battle between Royal Never Give Up and FunPlus Phoenix. One side is the champion of the LPL Spring 2021 and the other side is the team that a year ago, with the old line-up, was the runner-up of this tournament. In the last transfer period of the last 2021 season, the two teams also had changes in their personnel, especially FPX when only Lwx was left from the squad that won the 2019 World Championship.
FPX – RNG: The Grand Opening Battle of LPL Spring 2022
The idea that the team “representing the Chinese League of Legends” with the motto “only use internal soldiers” will have a destructive victory against FPX has just been reformed, including all young players or have no experience playing in the LPL. . However, a surprise happened right from game 1 when FPX took the lead with Lwx’s shining game. In game 2, RNG locked FPX’s bot lane and tied 1-1. Entering game 3, personal mistakes plus the good performance of Beichuan, Xiaolaohu or Lwx and Gori helped FPX have a glorious victory.
FPX won 2-1 thanks to the excellence of Lwx and his teammates
FPX’s convincing victory is indisputable, however, RNG itself also has obvious shortcomings. The first is the players, still like the beginning of Summer 2021, they are really slow compared to FPX. Even when they almost crushed Gori in mid and often went to gank under bots, RNG still couldn’t completely overwhelm FPX. The botfight is an example where Gori was “killed” early in the game but he still had a certain amount of contribution before going to the board and as a result FPX collected 4 kills at once. And for those who didn’t watch the match, the only person who didn’t die in that phase was Bin.
The bot lane fight and Bin was the only survivor because he didn’t make it down in time
And Bin was RNG’s 2nd problem in this match. If Xiaolaohu played well, Bin appeared to be so faint. In game 1, it can be explained by RNG attacking the bottom wing. In Game 2, RNG was completely overwhelmed, but in game 3, while Xiaolaohu was often in hot spots, Bin was still only farming and farming. Holding an extremely important champion in combat is Gwen, but Bin’s contribution is extremely limited compared to FPX’s Jayce. Not to mention, in the fight to decide Baron’s cave, Bin was so embarrassed that he pressed… Stopwatch while his teammates were being scattered outside.
Bin presses the Clock while his teammates fall down one after another
Bin also became the target of an attack by a part of LPL fans after the match. There are also opinions that RNG had a “fake” deal when recruiting Bin to replace Xiaohu’s top.
Bought Bin to complete the lineup, and now he’s beaten to pieces
Is there more name than strength?
Only Xiaohu has a stable performance. As for Bin, he plays games alone
Can someone explain to me how to make Bin’s Watch?
Anyway, this is also a match in the framework of an official LPL tournament of Bin in a new shirt. And losing the first game of the group stage is not too big for RNG. Their problems and Bin himself exposed. RNG and Bin themselves must seize the opportunity to correct the mistake while they can, to avoid a bad scenario in the future.