[LPL] RNG beat Jingdong to win for the seventh time of the season…Six wins in a row.
RNG raised the ranking to seventh place with six consecutive wins. 토토사이트
The Royal Never Give Up (RNG) beat Jing in the second game of the 2021 League of Legends (LPL) Summer held in China on the 24th, leading to a threat to the TES and WE.
RNG chose Jace-Lee Sin-Gallio-Barus-Alista and Jingdong chose Gwen-Kazix-Twisted Pate-Sivir-Leona. Jing-dong eliminated Alistar without jungle intervention and won the preoccupation point, and RNG attempted a top dive around four minutes, but “Zoom” Gwen joined Jace. In the 12th minute, a skirmish broke out with a kill score of 2:2, and the champions joined and a massive skirmish broke out. RNG scored a big goal with a 5:2 kill exchange in a long breath that mobilized all the teleportation.
Jing-dong also fought back by cutting off the champion through the Karjiks, and scored in a single in front of Baron in the 22nd minute to break down the first turret of the mid. In the 23rd minute, however, RNG, which swept three kills without anyone killed in the mid-hanta, hunted Baron and the balance of the game drastically tilted toward RNG. RNG seized the Nexus in Jingdong around 33 minutes with calm operation.
In the second set, RNG picked Camille-Lee Sin-Twisted Fate-Barus-Braum and Jingdong picked Renxton-Nidali-Jays-Jiggs-Leona. Amid sporadic skirmishes from the tower to the bottom, RNG had a weak lead in global gold, but Jingdong focused on operations by stacking the dragon stack. Jingdong took advantage of RNG’s Baron Burst around the 25th minute to open a blow and defeat Lee Sin-Camille-Braum-Barus. Jing-dong, who secured the dragon soul, took it to Baron Buff, and drove the game to the last three sets.
In the last three sets, RNG equally took the Blue camp and organized a combination of Dr. Mundo-Lee Sin-Twisted Fate-Barus-Set. Jingdong faced off with right-graves-jays-jigs-leona. RNG scored in operation with Twisted Fate’s mobility, while Jing-dong’s “Jagao” Jace only scored a death without a kill-assist, reaching a point where he could not stop “Crine.” The operationally relaxed RNG pushed the enemy back with Dr. Mundo-Lee Shin. Eventually, RNG finished the game with a one-shot ace in the 29th minute.