Fnatic eliminate Na`Vi from ESL Pro League season 10

Posted by December 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

Fnatic have successfully eliminated Na’Vi from the ESL Pro League Season 10 and will advance to the grand finals. With this latest win, Fnatic have now won five Bo3 series in a row. Fnatic took down Natus Vincere 2 – 1 today at the CS:GO ESL Pro League season 10 finals booking themselves a spot in tomorrow’s grand finals.

The Swedes have been on form during the ESL Pro League after losing to Evil Geniuses in the opening round. After that result, Fnatic have won every single series, eliminating Heroic, MIBR, 100 Thieves, Team Liquid and now Na`Vi.

Fnatic won the series with a reverse sweep after Na`Vi originally took Inferno, Fnatic’s own map pick. On Inferno, Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev finished the round with 24 kills and also picking up some crucial rounds for Na`Vi, where he got three kills with the Desert Eagle.

s1mple stunning triple kill with the deagle to steal the round (Inferno)

After Inferno, Fnatic came back and tied the series, winning on Nuke 16 – 11, a map that Na`Vi have historically been good on. Denis “electronic” Sharipov and s1mple were the top-fraggers with 27 and 23 kills respectively, but Fnatic were better overall in terms of teamplay.

The crowd was pumped up for the last map, Overpass, but Fnatic took control early on. The Swedes won 16 – 6 thanks to a great T-side in the first half. Jesper “JW” Wecksell led the scoreboard with 21 kills and won an important 1v2 clutch to take Na`Vi’s momentum away.

ESL_CSGO playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

It was unfortunate Na`Vi couldn’t deliver a good performance in the last map of the series, but overall it was a good result for the Russians compared to their performance a month ago. On the other hand, Fnatic have kept proving that they are serious contenders for any CS:GO Major tournament following the signings of Maikil “Golden” Selim and Robin “flusha” Rönnquist’s back in September.

Fnatic will face either Astralis or mousesports tomorrow at 9am CET. That’s it for the latest esports news from esportsnow today. Get involved on Facebookor Twitter, give your opinions, talk to fellow esports fans, but most importantly, never miss out on the latest happenings in the wonderful world of esports. Thanks for reading.