The final match of the Chaos round at MSI 2022 is also the big battle between T1 and Royal Never Give Up. With both teams “settled” in the rankings, the match only has an honorable meaning between the representatives of the two regions with the strongest League of Legends in the world, as well as between the two MSI championship candidates. 2022. At the same time, LCK fans as well as T1 fans are looking forward to Faker and his teammates to successfully avenge when the first leg was destroyed by RNG.
Many people are looking forward to Faker and his teammates’ revenge against RNG
And in this rematch, when the meaning of the match was only honorable, the two teams also gave the audience a very eye-catching match. Although the tactical element is still clearly shown, as well as the goal of creating a psychological premise to enter the Semifinals smoothly from both teams, T1 and RNG are not afraid of teamfights. scale from small to large. However, on a day when the T1 players performed better, RNG had to accept their 2nd defeat in the final game of the Melee round.
T1 vs RNG _ Highlights _ Day 5 – MSI 2022 Clash
Needless to say, the worldwide League of Legends community is the most excited to watch this epic match. Both T1 and RNG performed exceptionally well and the better team won. This victory is especially meaningful to T1 when Faker and his teammates have been under too much psychological pressure since the start of the MSI 2022 Melee round.
Great game from both teams
5 more games like this. It’s so good to see the 2 top teams fighting each other
This is exactly what I expected from 2 world class teams going head to head, what a great game
As for RNG, this defeat has absolutely no effect on their position on the chart. Not to mention, RNG can also take advantage of the loss to draw lessons for the semi-finals that are very important in the immediate future. However, Bin Top lane received a lot of criticism when playing not leaving too much of an impression compared to Zeus on T1.
He (Bin) is trying to do something, trying to solo kill the opponent when all the team needs is him trying to reach his strength and using his ultimate to pressure T1
I don’t watch a lot of LPL but this season Bin is not really good. The last time I remember he got a pentakill with DK at Worlds
Bin is a good player, and this MSI can be seen as his chance to prove himself, but he’s a bit out of touch with his teammates. Although he had the advantage from the pick and ban stage, he could not win. Bin needs to overcome the weak points after today. Fighting RNG!!!
Is this person (Bin) a member of the team? Or because you haven’t reached your full potential?
With the first place in the group after the end of the Melee round, RNG will have the right to choose the opponent of the Semifinals. According to many predictions, it is very likely that Evil Geniuses will be chosen to face the “Royal Legion” in the Semifinals. If that’s the case, the rest of the fight will be between T1 and G2 Esports. These will all be extremely watchable matches, decisive and directly affect the ability to win the championship of all 4 remaining teams after this Melee round.