PSG.LGD wins against Team Aster in Nailbiter DPC 2021-22 Debut
Chinese teams and nervous skirmishes, a signature mix of last season’s Chinese Dota 2 region, were highlighted once again as two of the best teams in the region competed in series First match on Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2021-22. PSG.LGD and Team Aster put on a thrilling performance, but the former managed to win after three tense matches. After being outplayed in the first game and stumbling at the start of the second, PSG.LGD was on the brink of a 0-2 loss before summoning his formidable teamfight skills to win the game. second and third game. to win 2-1 in the series.
PSG.LGD vs Team Aster: Match Summary and Highlights
In game 1, PSG.LGD’s lack of practice was evident, as the players kept dying. It was clear that PSG.LGD played badly from the laning phase to the end, the moves often didn’t match their playstyle. On the other hand, Team Aster was on the right track with its playstyle, and apart from a teamfight, it had very little room to allow PSG.LGD to return to the early game. With a favorable score of 50-18, Team Aster finally won after 50 minutes.
In game two, both teams focused on the mid game. Team Aster once again outperformed the lanes, leading over 4k in 15 minutes. In the ensuing fight, both teams swapped and the lead was only 4k. It ended up falling into a pivotal battle in which PSG.LGD destroyed the enemy with no champions lost and won in 32 minutes.
Game 3 is the closest of the three games. Despite dying, PSG.LGD is still very effective in farming on the map. Team Aster, thanks to Hand of Midas Doom, took the lead in networth but PSG.LGD took control and even captured a lane of Barracks. No team has emerged as a clear winner out of all the skirmishes between the two teams. PSG.LGD’s skirmishes finally became overwhelming for Team Aster at 54 minutes with Aghanim’s Scepter on Ame’s Wraith King, a Ravage brace from his Tidehunter, and NothingToSay’s Tinker flying around with loads of spells and items. its products. The team forced nearly all of Team Aster’s heroes to die in order to win the game.
Here are some highlights of the series.
While PSG.LGD may not have been at their best in today’s match against Team Aster, such a glitch is likely due to the team’s absence for the past few months. Additionally, in this series, the team’s ability to bounce back from deficits early is an indicator of their playability and mental strength.
Team Aster, although looking solid and on the verge of victory, was ultimately unable to hold up. Their laning phase has been particularly impressive and despite some changes last month, the team seems to be in good form.
PSG.LGD’s next series in the DPC China 2021-22 Tour 1: Division will face Phoenix Gaming on January 4, 2022 while Team Aster faces Vici Gaming on January 7, 2022.
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