Canna’s performance has surged in recent times. He’s underperformed at the start of the season, and fans expect T1 to bench him in place of the hyped substitute top laner Zeus. However, Canna has made a comeback in recent weeks and is performing very well in the LCK. He won four MVP votes throughout the season and is a reliable carry or frontline for his team, depending on the meta.
Canna started her career League of Legends in May 2019 as a trainee for SKT, the former name of T1. After six months, he was promoted to the starting lineup and has been the starting top laner since the 2020 LCK Spring Split. He had a stellar performance in his first season and earned the honor. with his teammates after a 3-0 series against Gen.G in the knockout round. In the summer season, the team fell and couldn’t get a good performance. As a result, T1 missed 2020 League World Championship.
Although T1 underwent changes to the coaching staff during this season’s run, their performance did not change much as the team finished in 4th place in the 2021 LCK Spring Split. as his team is currently in fifth place and most likely going to the knockout round, it is unclear if they will be able to pick one of the four slots for the upcoming 2021 League world champion if they don’t improve their performance.
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https://dotesports.com/league-of-legends/news/t1s-canna-reaches-100-game-wins-in-the-lck | T1’s Canna reaches 100 game wins in the LCK