LoL: Worlds 2020 | LGD Gaming vs Fnatic Recap

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LoL: Worlds 2020 | LGD Gaming vs Fnatic Recap

Fnatic and LGD went head to head to finish off the second day of Groups.

LGD Gaming vs Fnatic

The LGD Gaming and Fnatic LoL teams on the Worlds 2020 stage before their match featuring their team compositions below

An interesting matchup that could shake up the group for the next few days. Fnatic (“FNC”) made the first move this game by pressuring LangX at four minutes forcing him to TP back to base,. This set him behind in the early game. However, LGD Gaming (“LGD”) recognizes that they have more pressure in mid and bot lane. As such, they take the Ocean Dragon at six minutes. Continuing the pattern of shifting pressure Fnatic then responds with a kill on LangX, Xiye attempts to cover, but can only find Fnatic’s top and jungle running off with the kill.

FNC and LGD would continue to trade pressure throughout the game with close fights and constant objective trades across the map. However, at 22 minutes the tide would begin to sway in LGD’s favor. In a team fight in the mid lane, Bwipo and Nemesis commit to killing Loken. But Peanut casts a clutch Lamb’s Respite saving his ADC and turning the fight in their favor. As the tide was turning for LGD, FNC made one final hold at 28 minutes winning the team fight and securing their second drag.

That would be FNC’s last hold on the game, however. That's because Selfmade would get caught at 31 minutes and Bwipo would be forced to teleport to save his jungler. Soon after, LGD starts Baron but decides not to finish it. they recognized that Infernal Soul should be the main objective they focus on. FNC and LGD once again fight over the dragon, but this time Xiye is prepared. He lands a massive flank on FNC's backline, winning them the fight and leading to LGD’s Infernal Soul and Ace on FNC. LGD would then end the game at 34 minutes in a convincing fashion.

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Quick Stats:

  • Time: 34:22
  • Kills: 12-4
  • Turrets: 7-2
  • Gold: 61.9K-56.2K
  • Dragons: 4-2
  • Barons: 0-0
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Alex is a Rutgers University student studying Communication and primarily plays League of Legends in his free time. He is currently ranked Grandmaster as an ADC and his favorite champion is Ezreal. Alex has been following the competitive League of Legends scene since season 3 with his favorite region being the LCK.