”That was a miraculous round”

av Tobias Lundgren

Fnatic are out of DreamHack Stockholm after a heavy loss against Titan.
But Jesper ”JW” Wecksell treated the audience to the play of the game, and maybe the tournament, when he single handedly took out the entire french team with some incredible shots.
– When we talk about a miraculous round in CS:GO, that’s it. But JW somehow does it, Auguste ”Semmler” Massonnat says after the game.

The last Swedish hope in the tournament got the beating of their lives against newly formed Titan. The french team easily dismissed the swedes 2-0 and will now face LDLC in the finals.
But the Fnatic AWP star JW still managed to pull off the round of a lifetime as he took out the entire Titan squad singlehandedly with a streak of incredible shots. After the ace he was cheered on by the CS:GO elite on Twitter.

”JW somehow does it”

And caster Semmler was equally impressed by the Swede’s show.
– When we talk about a miraculous round in CS:GO, that’s it. Even when he started it off he was in a position where he shouldn’t have lived. Caught in a corner with a player behind him. He shouldn’t be able to get the first shot and then get the other guy too, but JW somehow does it. And then the last guy through the box that’s just like… get out of here.

– Unfortunately it wasn’t enough, the rest of the team never showed up. Krimz, Olof and even Flusha. Where were they in this tournament?



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