Aristocracy, OpTic claim first wins in Jönköping
The match between the Polish and the Danish side kicked off with Tricked winning the pistol round as T, but Aristocracy swiftly bouncing back on the CT side with a force buy win and seven rounds won in a row. With young star Paweł "dycha" Dycha and Mikołaj "mouz" Karolewski leading the way, they shut down Tricked's offense and took a 12-3 lead going into the second half.
After the switch, Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas and co. extended their lead with a pistol round win, Tricked replied with a force buy, but then fell to another force buy from Aristocracy, who went on to close out the game quickly, 16-5.
|Tricked||K - D||+/-||ADR||Rating 2.0|
|20 - 19||+1||95.6||1.21|
|14 - 17||-3||75.1||0.90|
|12 - 19||-7||61.3||0.69|
|10 - 21||-11||58.0||0.59|
|4 - 20||-16||32.0||0.34|
|Aristocracy||K - D||+/-||ADR||Rating 2.0|
|20 - 13||+7||105.9||1.48|
|22 - 15||+7||107.2||1.47|
|18 - 10||+8||91.9||1.43|
|19 - 10||+9||78.8||1.40|
|17 - 13||+4||81.7||1.20|
OpTic and Chaos took to the stage next, with the Swedish side putting Mathias "MSL" Lauridsen and co. under pressure early. Fredrik "FREDDyFROG" Gustafsson was causing a lot of issues for his opponents as Chaos took a 7-4 lead on the offensive side, however, OpTic replied late in the half to bounce back into the lead before the switch, 8-7.
The Danish side continued their streak with a T-side pistol round win, going up 13-8 before Daniel "djL" Narancic's team started causing issues once again. In a key round, Ismail "refrezh" Ali clutched a 1v2 on A to push OpTic to match point, which they capitalized on straight away, finishing the game 16-12.
|OpTic||K - D||+/-||ADR||Rating 2.0|
|23 - 15||+8||75.0||1.21|
|21 - 18||+3||80.9||1.15|
|18 - 21||-3||79.9||0.98|
|16 - 19||-3||69.6||0.95|
|10 - 22||-12||41.3||0.60|