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Valorant Champions Day 4: Team Liquid Secures Clutch Win Against Sentinels

Abhimannu Das
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Team Liquid is through to the quarterfinals after securing a 2-1 victory against Sentinels on Day 4 of Valorant Champions.
Team Liquid is now the third European team to make it to the playoffs after Gambit Esports and Fnatic.
Sentinels will now need to win its Decider match on 6th December if it wants to stay in the competition.

Sentinels was “the” team to beat among the North American contenders at Valorant Champions but things could not have gotten any worse for the team. The Stage 1 and 2 winner finds itself in a sticky situation after losing 2-1 to Team Liquid last night.

After suffering an early defeat, Sentinels pulled off a 13-2 victory in the second map, but it could not keep up with its European opponents. Team Liquid is now through to the playoffs and it is one of the most dominant teams at the event currently. With the win under its belt, Liquid is now the third European team to make it to the playoffs which will kick off on 8th December.

Valorant Champions Day 4: Sentinels vs Team Liquid Recap (Liquid won 2-1)

Sentinels vs Team Liquid Match 1 - Breeze (Team Liquid won 14-12)

The first match started off one-sided with Sentinels dropping only four rounds to Team Liquid, but things took a drastic turn with Team Liquid pushing the game into overtime. After some clutch plays from Elias "Jamppi" Olkkonen, Liquid ended up winning the match 14-12.

Sentinels vs Team Liquid Match 2 - Bind (Sentinels won 13-2)

Tyson ‘TenZ’ Ngo was at the top of his game and snagged 21 kills with just six deaths on Breeze. The resilience that Team Liquid showed seemed to be missing as Sentinels thrashed its European opponent 13-2 to even the matchup and take things to round three.

Sentinels vs Team Liquid Match 3 - Split (Team Liquid won 13-10)

Sentinels’ previous match on Split was in Masters where it lost 13-7 to Envy. While the North American team performed better this time around, Team Liquid ended up winning the match.

Sentinels’ Jared "zombs" Gitlin could not quite keep up with his team and ended up with 42 deaths and secured only 28 kills on Viper and Astra. Team Liquid on the other hand saw all five of its players deliver on the occasions with at least 40 kills on the board from each of its players.Sentinels will have to win its Decider match on 6th December if it wants to stay in the competition else it will be the end of the road for the Stage 1 and Stage 2 champions.

Valorant Champions: Where to watch

Valorant Champions is being streamed on Trovo for the first time ever along with the official YouTube and Twitch channels. Here are the official links for the English streams.




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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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