South Korea 'League of Legends' national team won against China in the semifinals of the Hangzhou Asian Games 'League of Legends' and advanced to the finals. ‘Faker’ Lee Sang-hyeok did not play on this day.
South Korea and China have formed a rivalry by taking turns winning the 'League of Legends' international competition. South Korea won a silver medal after losing to China in the finals of the 2018 Asian Games 'League of Legends'. However, at the Hangzhou Asian Games, South Korea won against China in the semifinals.
In the first set of the semifinals, ‘Ruler’ Jae-hyuk Park from South Korea showed a good performance. South Korea won the first team fight, but China balanced the match by hunting dragons one after another. 'Knight' Zhuo Ding from China scored from all over the map with LeBlanc.
However, in the final team fight, South Korea quickly eliminated Chinese key attacker, LeBlanc. Thanks to this, South Korea achieved a huge victory in the team fight. Then South Korea destroyed the first and second mid turrets, and also destroyed the inhibitor and nexus, winning the first set.
In the second set, South Korea won a come-from-behind victory. South Korea attacked first, but was hit by counterattack and 'Kanavi' Jinhyeok Seo died.
China also scored in a team fight that took place around the 8min. ‘Chovy’ Jeong Ji-hoon from South Korea was suddenly slayed, and many members of the South Korea team died in the team fight that followed. However, in the confrontation over the dragon, South Korea slayed the Chinese team supporter first and then hunted the dragon.
When the third dragon came out, another team fight broke out. South Korea won a huge victory in this team fight, and the power of both teams became similar. Next, South Korea hunted the dragon and Baron Nashor. As a result, South Korea's power became stronger.
And South Korea eliminated four Chinese players in a team fight. South Korea hunted the second Baron Nashor. This gave South Korea a huge advantage.
When the Elder Dragon came out, China was in a hurry as they had more places to block. South Korea eliminated the Chinese players one by one and won.
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