Na’Vi who is currently the third-best CS:GO team in the world seems to have impressed a long-standing member of their CIS roster Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev. The 33-year-old was nothing but praise for Na’Vi following their victory over G2 Esports yesterday on 22 Jan.
Edward went on to commend the teamwork that Na’Vi had put on display since starting off their 2021 circuit a few days back while going on to state that “The way how Na’Vi play at the moment looks undefeatable”. However, It has not been all success for Na’Vi who lost their opening match of the season against Team Liquid before slowly stabilizing themselves.
Na’Vi had a decent 2020 where they won tournaments like BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season and IEM Katowice 2020 while finishing multiple others as a top-four team. Continuing this year with the exact same roster, Na’Vi seems to be slowly finding their groove after an early loss to Team Liquid.
Playing their first CS:GO tournament of the year, Na’Vi dropped to the lower bracket of BLAST Premier: Global Final 2020 early on in the event. But the CIS roster has managed to thrive defeating both Complexity and G2 Esports in back-to-back matches, reaching a penultimate faceoff match against Team Liquid once again on their way to the lower bracket finals.
Their teamwork, performance, and grit to stay alive in the tournament seem to have pleased benched Na’Vi rifler Edward who had nothing but praise for them. He went on state that the way Na’Vi are playing at the moment they look “undefeatable”, appreciating their high-level of play as a unit.
As a word of advice, he urged Na’Vi “to keep this for decent period of time” as that would greatly benefit the lineup establish themselves as the best CS:GO team in the world.
Na’Vi is scheduled to play against Team Liquid once again later tonight in a do-or-die match. This is going to be an exciting affair considering that Team Liquid has already handed them a defeat early on in the tournament, something that the experts did not believe was possible. It is bound to be an exciting faceoff with the winner going ahead to the lower bracket final.