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Clid leads Gen.G to win against BRION in 2021 LCK Spring Split

The jungler popped off today on Udyr and Nidalee.

Gen.G beat Fredit BRION 2-1 today during the sixth week of the 2021 LCK Spring Split.

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Going into this League of Legends match, Gen.G were the favorites considering their outstanding performance so far throughout the split. They had a couple of rough games at the beginning of the year but they’ve quickly improved and show a high skill level throughout each series.

Clid was the player of the series today, picking up an MVP vote for his phenomenal Nidalee in the third game. He used the champion to create an early gold lead for his team and secure all neutral objectives.

The first game was quite one-sided with Gen.G acquiring early leads everywhere on the map from the get-go. BRO tried to put a stop to them, but they were outmatched in both composition and skill. After 30 minutes of dominance, Gen.G finished the match on a high note.

After their first game success, both teams picked up similar compositions. But this time, BRO were the team in control. They went for aggressive plays and let Gen.G pick up early dragons and Rift Heralds. In the end, the objectives didn’t matter since BRO overpowered Gen.G in the mid-game teamfights before equalizing the series.

With a confidence boost from the second game win, BRO picked up a similar composition compared to previous games, while Gen.G changed their draft completely. With clear answers to BRO’s game plan across the map, Gen.G picked up an early lead and snowballed to finish the series 2-1.

Following this victory, Gen.G (8-3) remain in second place in the 2021 LCK Spring Split. They’ll be back on the Rift on Sunday, Feb. 28 with a matchup against Afreeca Freecs.

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