It was an up-and-down experience for the fans of G2 and Team Vitality during the last match of the day at BLAST Fall Groups in Copenhagen, Denmark. Both teams lost their own map picks with huge deficits, while the last map of Inferno was a downhill ride for G2, who lost 16-6.
Looking at the scoreboard it was evident, that G2 lacked the firepower from almost all of their players. In-game leader Rasmus "HooXi" Nielsen also had a nightmare of a map going 2-21, which did not help the struggling roster at all.
After the match, we spoke with the Dane about the lack of kills, and how he handles the pressure of being the new in-game leader of G2.