Guangdong Freecs prepared a stepping stone to escape from the lower ranks by reporting 2 wins.

On the 11th, in the 4th week and 4th day of the 2023 League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) Spring Split held at Roll Park in Jongno-gu, Seoul, Kwangdong Freecs defeated Nongshim Red Force and won their second victory of the season.

In the 1st set, Kwangdong Freecs had a good start, leading both the laning and object fights with solid basics. Nongshim Red Force attempted a counterattack and seemed to be preparing a foothold for a reversal by succeeding in the Baron Burst. However, as if to make up for all the damage, heading to the dragon became the source of the fire, and Kwangdong Freecs defeated many of Nongshim Red Force’s core champions and devastated the main base to win. 토토사이트

In the second set that followed, both Nongshim Red Force and Kwangdong Freecs had their tops made up of tanks, and Nongshim Red Force In-seong “Vital” Ha brought out Aphelios. Around the 6th minute, Nongshim Red Force succeeded in gaining the first point with the first dragon, and Kwangdong Freecs responded with 1 kill and 1 mid-fight in front of the dragon.

Guangdong Freecs conceded Rift Herald, but started to take the lead, scoring in teamfights and subsequent engagements. In particular, Xante, Dong-ju “Doo-du” Lee, started to quickly complete the item build with 3 kills, 1 assist and 3 kills in 19 minutes.

Around the 20th minute, another teamfight occurred in the mid-line, and Guangdong Freecs, with a solid Xante at the forefront, scored 4 kills. Kim “Tae-yoon” Tae-yoon’s Ezreal got a triple kill in the teamfight and was able to take the Baron buff as loot. Nongshim Red Force desperately came forward, but the damage to catch the champion of the Guangdong Freecs was too low. In the end, Guangdong Freecs demolished the Nexus in the 23rd minute to end the game.

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