PSG.LGD resurgence sees them sweep OG on day 2 of TI11 groups
Chinese Dota 2 team PSG.LGD proved their power by sweeping OG on day 2 of The International 11 groups stage. Th European team failed to score even a single win against the Chinese powerhouse in their Best of 2 series.
We fall as we get taught a lesson by the TI finalists.
We will do our work, keep our chin up and come back stronger later today.
— OG (@OGesports) October 16, 2022
PSG.LGD led game 1 with a Shadow Fiend position 1 pick played by Wang “Ame” Chunyu. Meanwhile, OG went in with a Faceless Void carry manned by Artem “Yuragi” Golubiev. Both teams decided to play a different version of Dota 2 in game 1, with both Position 1 carries facing off in the bottom lane. PSG.LGD’s great control of map vision allowed for easy ganks in their favor and made it harder for OG to trade objectives. Game 1 ended with PSG.LGD stomping OG with a 34-9 kill score and a 26,000 gold lead.
OG picked Shadow Fiend for themselves in game 2, while PSG.LGD picked up Nature’s Prophet for Ame. OG played a bit more aggressively this time, but PSG.LGD’s masterful vision control stops any attempt by the EU team. The rest of game 2 was a repeat of the previous game’s stomp show and PSG.LGD taking the dub with a final score of 25-4 and a 29,000 gold lead.
As of this result, PSG.LGD and OG are both tied in the 3rd spot of Group A. OG sits on the spot with a score of 3-0-2, while PSG.LGD holds its ground with a current record of 2-2-1. OG had a strong start in day 1, sweeping two out of the three games they played that day. Meanwhile, PSG.LGD had a weaker start against American teams— swept by Evil Geniuses, and tying their matches against Soniqs and Hokori.
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