T1 had a long match on the last day of the first leg in the group stage of the LCK Summer 2022, the reason lies in both T1 and the LCK stadium.
Before entering the match, many gamers predicted that Hanwha Life Esports, who is in precarious form (1-7) will lose to a T1 with a 7-1 result. But contrary to that prediction, T1 won quite hard against the opponent who is at the bottom of the LCK Summer 2022 rankings.
In game 1, T1 offered a support pair for Seraphine and Karma but gained the advantage quite early, thereby snowballing strongly in the bottom half of the map for Gumayusi. Gradually, HLE suffered a complete loss in damage and collapsed after 33 minutes of play.
Highlights HLE vs T1 – Game 1 | LCK Summer 2022 | Week 5 Days 1
Entering game 2, both Keria and Vsta roamed continuously and gave their teammates an advantage in the first half of the game. But when the teamfights broke out, DuDu’s Sylas continuously created mutations and helped HLE win overwhelmingly. Even Faker and Keria’s Baron robbery only helped T1 prolong the game for a few minutes, eventually HLE leveled the score 1-1 in game 2.
Highlights HLE vs T1 – Game 2 | LCK Summer 2022 | Week 5 Days 1
Entering game 3, the League of Legends community was quite upset because the game was paused for more than 30 minutes, of which 2 main reasons were due to client problems and HLE Cheoni… went to the bathroom.
Returning to the game, the rhythm of T1’s competition was still extremely fast despite possessing the Corki card that needed time to farm. With Xin Zhao’s impressive performance in Oner’s hand, T1’s bottom half of the map took a huge lead in both kills and minion stats. As a result, the pair Faker and Gumayusi took the lead with a huge amount of minion stats compared to the opponent as well as game time.
OnFleek’s Lee Sin had an impressive Baron steal but it wasn’t enough to drag the game back to HLE, eventually T1 gently ended game 3 at 30 minutes.
With this victory, T1 ended their first leg in the 2022 Summer LCK group stage with a result of 8-1, and the defending LCK champion also temporarily led Gen.G Esports with a result of 7-1.
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