There are still crumbs in the Norths Counter-Strike team.
the Team, which had a tumultarisk 2019, and as of a short time ago stopped the cooperation with the former coach 'mithR', proved in each case, on Tuesday evening, that they have more to offer, than what results in a long period of time has shown.
IN the ESL Pro League, the team was up against NaVi, who a month ago triumphed at the IEM Katowice. The team has for the same reason, kicked the Danish Astralis away from verdensranglistens most sought after place as kransekagefigur.
It did not seem to go the number of the list 23 a lot of. North com in each case the pouring out of the starting blocks on Nuke, led by René 'cajunB' Borg, the danes were quickly four rounds, before NaVi came on the board.
The trend continued mapped out, and even if the 's1mple', the most burning hot master in international Counter-Strike right now, fought against, and so it was in vain.
'CajunB' and North closed the map with a digits 16-10, and the same was the case on the Overpass.
Here, however, it was Philip 'aizy' Aistrup, who pulled loaded for the danes with a score of 27-15.
A moral boost for the hard-tried organization, says the Norths new coach, Jimmy 'Jumpy' Berndtsson, which, together with the players work hard for to fight is not being a lone swallow.
It was a tough match against the world's best teams, so it goes without saying that we are satisfied with the victory. We have prepared ourselves well individually, and at the same time was holdindsatsen not to complain.
- Right now we're working very much with the sporting setup, how to learn new routines all the time, and we continue to work hard, say 'Jumpy'.
North is not the only Danish team that have been in the fight in the ESL Pro League. Monday was verdensranglistens dethroned the top team, Astralis, again sent for the count, since the Ninjas In Pyjamas surprised to prevail comfortably 2-0 in group A.
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