Suning picked up their second win of the 2021 LPL Spring Split today by taking down Oh My God in a fast 2-0 series.
While Suning are still far from their Worlds 2020 finalist form, their performance is slowly improving with every series. The MVP votes went to the solo laners today. Angel secured the first game MVP for his ludicruous Azir performance, finishing the game with an 11/0/1 score. He dominated the laning phase and used Azir’s Shurima Shuffle in teamfights to dismantle OMG. The second game MVP went to Bin for his Renekton, finishing with a 9/1/9 KDA after securing an early lead during the laning phase.
This League of Legends series showcased how Suning were able to reach the finals of Worlds last year. They played well and picked up two clean wins against OMG.
The first game was the Angel show after he was given Azir in the draft phase against OMG’s Twisted Fate. He farmed up early until he reached his Mythic item, then grouped up and delivered some Shurima Shuffles in teamfights. After a mid-game teamfight, Angel got out of control, taking over the next teamfights from afar before helping Suning secure a 25-minute win in which they didn’t lose a single tower or neutral objective.
Going into the second game, OMG took away the Azir pick after it destroyed them in the first game of the series. Suning responded with a Kassadin, while giving Renekton to Bin in the top lane. This combination of early-game dominance and late-game insurance rounded out Suning’s composition, setting them up for a clear victory. Bin used Renekton to build a huge lead for his team, becoming unkillable after acquiring Goredrinker.
While OMG tried to stop Suning in their tracks on the way to a clean 2-0 sweep, they were unable to do anything due to Bin rolling over them with Renekton in teamfights. The pressure he exerted made Renekton look like the most broken champion in the game.
Suning’s second game win today is now the fastest in the 2021 LPL Spring Split at 22 minutes and 26 seconds. This dominant victory showed that Suning can still play up to their 2020 form after crushing their opposition with an almost perfect game.
Following this win, Suning (2-3) are in 11th place in the 2021 LPL Spring Split standings. They’ll be back on the Rift next week with two matches against LGD Gaming and EDward Gaming.
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