Korean commentary analyzes the LOL Chinese team problem! Two sharp doubts, people cannot refute
The League of Legends event at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou has all ended, and the Chinese team, which is fighting in China, has only won the bronze medal. Although because of the format, the Chinese team met the South Korean team, the biggest opponent of this Asian Games, in the semifinals, so it won the bronze medal. But in fact, from the overall performance of the Chinese team in this Asian Games, there are actually small problems in terms of lineup BP, operation and decision-making. Even, judging from the final performance of Chinese Taipei and South Korea, the Chinese team is even inferior to Chinese Taipei in some aspects. Therefore, the result of this bronze medal of the Chinese team seems to be reasonable.
So, what is the problem with the Chinese team at this Asian Games? Recently, South Korea's official commentary CT revealed its views in the live broadcast. First, CT analyzed the second game match between the Chinese team and the South Korean team Bo3. I believe everyone knows that the Chinese team achieved a relatively good advantage in the early stage of that game. But because of the 12-minute wave of Dragons team battles, the rhythm of the whole game changed a bit. For this 12-minute dragon team battle, CT said, "Bin's crocodile is very dominant at this point in time, and the Chinese team only needs to constantly pressure the South Korean team when taking this small dragon, and it can be easily won." But at this time, Bin with TP is still putting pressure on Zeus. Under Bin's pressure, the Korean team judged that he could not TP, and even if TP, it was easy to be interrupted. And at this time, what Bin needs to do, even without this TP, just need to disappear from view, retreat, put pressure on the Korean team, and the Korean team will not take this little dragon 100%. ”
Later, CT also said, "I'm sorry to compare Bin with 369, but I think if it's 369, it's either pretending to be 100% TP." In fact, 369 is more sacrificial than Bin. Of course, these are just the problems that the Chinese team is more prone to in this Asian Games, that is, the grinding between the teams is not very good. And the real problem CT feels is two. First, CT said that if Xun plays, he suddenly has an idea that the Korean team may play more difficult; Second, CT also bluntly said that EDG did not even enter the S race this time, while Nosuke, who has not been stable in EDG's performance this season, was able to be selected for the national team.
In fact, the criteria for selecting players may not be the same as those of the South Korean team. Because the Chinese team selects players through the performance of intensive training, while the South Korean team selects players based on the player's comprehensive performance throughout the season. For example, EDG's Nosuke, everyone who watches the game actually knows that they do have relatively strong personal strength, and they are also world champion Nosuke, but the overall performance this season has indeed not reached the level they should have; Another example is Elk, even if Jackey Love was not selected for the national team due to physical problems, but from the overall performance of this season, there are GALA and Light who have played better than Elk. On the other hand, at the beginning of the season, the South Korean team made it clear that it would not use Korean players who played in the LPL. However, Kanavi and Ruler have performed too well this season. In the end, based on the results of the national team, the South Korean team still recalled Kanavi and Ruler.
In addition, there is the problem with Xun. The Chinese team did not send Xun to the field, probably because Jiejie was in better shape. But interestingly, when facing the Vietnamese team, the backward Chinese team still sent Xun, which is a bit confusing. And Xun, who was on the verge of death, still played a very Carty performance in at least the first game, and even let the Vietnamese team play five bans in the third game, which is enough to prove that Xun's condition is still good. If Xun performed well, why didn't Xun try when he was one game behind in the semifinals and was played by South Korea in the first game?
Finally, CT also said that the Chinese team could have sent a more intimidating lineup. Because the South Korean team has analyzed before, the current Chinese team's lineup is indeed a bit weak. Although I don't know what the reason is, I can only say that it is a pity.
Guys, what do you think?