Peanut-Score, lost in T1 match? “It’s a shame, but it was a game worth playing. It was okay against the championship candidates”
Han “Peanut” Wang-ho and coach Koh “Score” Dong-bin expressed regret over the loss in the T1 match.
On the 18th, at Roll Park in Jongno, Seoul, a confrontation between Gen.G and T1 took place before the opening of the ‘2023 LCK Spring’.
On this day, Gen.G prepared a surprise strategy to embarrass T1, but suffered from team hits and accumulated regrettable defeats. It was not an easy game, but Gen.G showed strength against the line.
Han “Peanut” Wang-ho analyzed the cause in an interview with Riot Losers conducted after the match, saying, “They both deserved it, but they seemed to be pushed back in a small fight. The opponent moved well organically.”
Next, coach Koh Dong-bin said, “There was an advantageous situation in the early and mid-season, but I couldn’t save it. It is important to find a way to roll with a sense of speed.”
At the same time, coach Go said about the bot duo match, “After winning, I think T1 is a good team from the beginning. Against such a team, I did not lose out in the laning phase. I think I took the test and will be able to do well based on the laning base.” think,” he said. 카지노사이트
In addition, he confided to the fans, “I think everyone will be disappointed with the loss in the T1 match. However, our team continues to develop. If you trust and wait for us, we will repay you with many victories.”
Han Wang-ho also said, “I lost the first match, T1, but I think it’s fortunate because it’s T1. The important thing is that the T1 match was more doable than I thought.