[Watch] S1mple Gets Brutally Outplayed and Knifed in FPL
- S1mple gets completely dominated and stabbed in the back by a 19-year-old in an FPL match.
- 'Lord-dll' is a talented FPL player who showcased some nutty movement skills to take down s1mple on Mirage.
It is not often that we see one of the best CS:GO players in the world Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev getting outplayed, that too with a knife to his back due to the enemy player’s incredible movement skill. Well, a 19-year-old Romanian CS:GO player ‘lord-dll’, who is a well-known FPL (FACEIT Pro League) player was recently able to get the better of s1mple on Mirage. The reactions of everyone in the lobby was hilarious, as they celebrated out of sheer surprise with popular CS:GO streamer Nikola "Lobanjica" Mijomanović jokingly saying that “You probably might be getting kicked from FPL”.
S1mple get brutally outplayed in FPL
It is not impossible to take down s1mple. In fact, a lot of players even in the FPL do win against him from time-to-time, but the way ‘lord-dll’ dominated him with that insane movement was just straight up savage. S1mple had no idea what hit him, as he got stabbed in the back with a knife and the entire lobby went crazy.
The fourth round of the match was going on and the 2 teams were facing each other on Mirage in the FPL. S1mple’s team was lagging behind by a ‘1-2’ scoreline playing CT-sided, he was the last man standing and decided to take a position in ‘B Appartments’. But ‘lord-dll’ who was advancing into the site from ‘B-Short’ saw a glimpse of s1mple sneak into a corner above.
He silently jumped to the top corner of the van and then made his way over to the platform on the other side, but instead of approaching s1mple head-on he showcased some nutty movement skills and made his way behind s1mple through the window, stabbing him with a knife and getting a clip of a lifetime.
From the clip above one can see what an absolutely crazy kill that was. What a way to dominate one of the best players in the world and the lobby knew it was a big deal. Unfortunately, we have to see the whole clip from Lobanjica’s perspective as s1mple does not allow his stream clips to be edited and shared freely.
S1mple will be seen in action along with Na’Vi starting tomorrow at the currently ongoing ESL Pro League Season 13. Na’Vi will be opening their journey in the tournament with a match against Cloud9. It will be interesting to see if they end at the top of their group or not.