Na’Vi beats Virtus Pro 2-0 to reach finals of CPLS 2: pasha blames self

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Natus Vincere confirms their place in the grand face-off of the Counter Pit League Season 2 Finals after defeating Virtus.pro 2-0 (16-14 on de_overpass and 16-12 on de_train).

Beginning off on the Terrorist side of Overpass, Natus Vincere got the gun round and the accompanying hostile to ecos to take a 3-0 lead. In the wake of purchasing up, Virtus.pro grabbed two rounds in succession, however Na`Vi hit back directly after to set the score at 4-2. The Polish group realized that in the event that they lost the accompanying round their economy would be seriously harmed, and Filip “NEO” Kubski ran immense with the AWP and won a 1vs3 grasp with three quick executes inside A.

Virtus.pro went to take the following five rounds, conveying the scoreline to 8-4, when their streak reached an end after Ioann “Edward” Sukhariev racked up two essential executes with a flank endeavor. Still, the CIS-based group were not able profit by that round win, with Virtus.pro taking a persuading 10-5 half-time lead.

Pasha Virtus Pro

The Polish group developed their lead by winning the gun round and the principal hostile to eco round, yet they were found napping by Na`Vi’s eco push in the third round, with Egor “flamie” Vasilyev grabbing three headshots. What took after was a profoundly challenged time of the diversion in which adjusts backpedaled and forward until Virtus.pro made it 14-7. That is the means by which far Wiktor “TaZ” Wojtas’ men would go, in any case, as Na`Vi racked up nine rounds in succession to seal a 16-14 triumph and get the lead in the arrangement.

Train started with Na`Vi once increase looking the brighter of the two sides as they raged to a 3-0 lead, yet the force of the amusement changed in weapon rounds. With every single close round going their direction, Virtus.pro had a devastating control of the economy, which permitted them to head into the separation 9-6.

In the second half, Na`Vi got off to a flying begin and won the initial seven rounds to take a 13-9 lead. Virtus.pro still attempted to react, however all they finished was three rounds as their adversaries struggled to a hard-battled yet merited 16-12 win.

Pasha being the worst performer, only managed to get 28 kills against his 51 deaths, which resulted in Virtus. Pro losing with a very less marginal difference in both the matches, but convincingly a 2-0.

Pasha, however, shared his worst of the experience on his official Facebook account, where is he most active than the rest of the Counter Strike players from the professional scene. He also pointed that this performance of his can even get him out of the team, which was undoubtedly not accepted by his fans in comments.

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