The world champ ADC appeared substantial in the series, showing his mechanical prowess on Xayah and Samira.

Bang revealed up against T1 today, leading Afreeca Freecs to a huge 2-0 win in the 2021 LCK Spring Split.

Going into this League of Legends, both groups were yearning for a win to climb up in the standings. While T1 has been exploring with their 10-man lineup and failing to discover constant results, AFS kept showing macro problems in the previous series.

Today was a different show by AFS, they showed big improvements and played the series perfectly, which permitted them to sweep T1. Both MVP votes went to jungler Fear for his Tomb and Olaf efficiencies. His map control on these champions was huge, permitting AFS to organize up for objectives prior to they ‘d generate and assail T1.

The series opened up with blows for blows by both teams. While T1 held a small gold lead early on, once AFS reached their power surges they took the game under their control. Dread’s map pressure integrated with Bang’s placing in teamfights assisted AFS extend their lead and get the drakes alongside the Baron. Bang’s damage on Xayah with his strong frontline took apart T1 in teamfights, protecting the first win of the series.

In the 2nd video game, T1 opted for a snowballing composition without a correct frontline. While they did secure a number of early eliminates, as soon as AFS supported it didn’t matter considering that AFS had a better rounded structure with a good frontline and terrific backline damage with Samira and Syndra. Bang popped off when again, protecting a triple kill in the mid-game, which provided leeway to AFS to secure goals and extend their lead for a second game win.

T1 have been looking unsteady during this split, continuously changing their lineup in hopes of much better efficiency. While they’re exploring with their lineups, they keep losing matches due to either poor private efficiencies or map control, even when they have the superior draft structures. While all this is happening, one concern which most fans ask themselves is: Where is Faker?

Following this win, AFS (3-3) reach 6th location while T1(2-4) drop to 8th in the 2021 LCK Spring Split. AFS’s next matches protest Hanwha Life Esports and KT Rolster. Tune in to see if they can improve their middle-of-the-pack status and make a claim for a top-four LCK group next week.