T1’s LCK win streak ends after 24 games in Week 3 of the LCK Summer Split

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Jul 01

T1’s 24-game LCK winning streak comes to an end after a loss to Kwangdong Freecs in Week 3. The LCK Spring champions set the record last weekend after their 2-0 win against DWG KIA, breaking their 23-game win streak set in 2015.

T1 began their win streak back in the spring, going undefeated from the regular split to playoffs. While they encountered some tough games, they always managed to close them out in the end.

Having kicked off the summer split with a 4-0 record, many expected T1 to continue their fine form in Week 3. Moreover, KDF were on a 6-game losing streak and had won only one series so far. Nonetheless, KDF’s coach, Choi “Alvingo” Byeong-cheol had other plans for T1.

After losing Game 1 against T1, KDF still opted to play on the red side but switched things up with a Seraphine support in bot lane.

The Seraphine paired with Senna in the bot lane made things difficult for T1 who had to rely on the range and engage from only Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok’s Azir.

T1 decided to leave the Seraphine open once again for KDF in the last game with Jinx as their answer for it. They kicked off the game with two quick kills for Mun “Oner” Hyeon-jun. However, things slowly slipped from their hands after a failed attempt for the second Rift herald. Moreover, the Ashe on KDF’s Park “Teddy” Jin-seon helped the team play around T1’s vision control.

T1’s loss sees them fall to second place in the LCK standings with Gen.G yet to play their fifth game of the split. The team will need to win their next game against DRX to avoid consecutive defeats.

Rashidat Jimoh  ESPORTS.GG  2022-06-30 10:02:00
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