[Watch] FURIA’s Insanely Aggressive Push Completely Destroys EG


[Watch] FURIA’s Insanely Aggressive Push Completely Destroys EG

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Aggression and FURIA go hand-in-hand all thanks to their in-game leader Andrei “arT” Piovezan who just cannot stop himself from rushing at the opposition, creating a lot of space for his team to work with while gathering crucial information. 

In order to achieve this, he is often seen wielding unconventional submachine guns such as the P90 and the notorious PP-Bizon. Well, something similar happened yesterday against Evil Geniuses on Inferno which left them at a loss of words and also the round.

FURIA’s Aggression Completely Destroys EG On Inferno

Leading from the front arT rushed towards ‘Arch’ fearless armed with a P90 forcing Cerq to fall back from the position as others quickly backed him up by laying down the smokes to block EG. Despite EG trying to hold off the aggression by throwing counter utilities like incendiary grenades, Kaike “KSCERATO” Cerato quick as a mouse managed to slip through making his way to outside ‘Library’.

From here on out it was total and complete annihilation for EG who were picked off one after the other in quick succession to gift FURIA a ‘13-2’ lead at the half-time mark. FURIA went on to secure the map ‘16-5’ followed by another swift victory on Nuke to book themselves a slot in the grand final of ESL Pro League Season 12 - North America.

This is of course not the first time that we have seen something like this from the Brazilian squad but this particular round stood out from yesterday’s game, as FURIA showed absolutely no respect charging in with a P90 and continued pushing ahead to hunt down EG like a pack of wolves out on a hunt.

Let’s see which team goes on to face them in the grand final as EG who has dropped down to the lower bracket awaits their opponent.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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