Bae Sung-woong, ‘Bangi’ who made his first final as a coach, said…

Bae Sung-woong, ‘Bangi’ who made his first final as a coach, said, “Faker’s performance was great.”


“Bangi” Bae Sung-woong praised “Faker” Lee Sang-hyuk’s performance.

On the 30th (Korea Standard Time), the match between T1 vs. Jingdong in the semifinals of the 2022 League of Legends World Championship (hereinafter referred to as the 2022 LOL World Cup) was held at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.

On this day, T1 beat Jingdong and advanced to the LOL World Cup final. In particular, the 4 sets of T1 were great. He showed off his superior force by flying an ace in each stroke.

Coach Bae Sung-woong, who is now in the final as a coach, not a player, said in an interview with the winner’s team after the game, “It was probably a tournament in the first set, so I was more nervous and urgent than when we practiced. It is important to take care of that part as much as possible in the final. “If you do it as usual, it’s enough power to win,” he said.

Regarding his advance to the finals in the first LOL World Cup, coach Bae said, “It was big that the team started practicing anew and its form improved. I think this result came out because all the team members have a goal of the LOL World Cup. This performance is the result of the players’ good performance. The finishing touches are important now. “I only think that I have to finish it well,” he confessed.

He then said, “There is no difference in experience in the LOL World Cup as a player and coach.” “I don’t know the difference, but it’s the same that I’m excited to come to the venue. “I think I’m looking forward to it a little every time I come to the venue,” he said. 파워볼사이트

Coach Bae emphasized the performance of “Faker” Lee Sang-hyuk, who played together in the past, in the semifinals, “Whatever pick he picked, he performed well according to his role and it was great.”

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