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2022 DOTA 2 The International 11 Main Event Day 4: Team Liquid and Team Aster win keep them alive in the Lower Bracket

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2022 DOTA 2 The International 11 Main Event Day 4: Team Liquid and Team Aster win keep them alive in the Lower Bracket

2022 DOTA 2 The International 11 Main Event Day 4: Team Liquid and Team Aster win keep them alive in the Lower Bracket – On Day 4 of The International 11, the action was concentrated in the Lower Bracket. There were two rounds held in the lower bracket out of which Team Liquid and Team Aster came out as the ultimate winners. Let us take a look at the day’s recap for more details.

2022 DOTA 2 The International 11: Main Event Day 4

Lower BRACKET – ROUND 3
  • BEASTCOAST VS PSG.LGD
    • After a tough fight against PSG.LGD, beastcoast were able to secure the first win of the series in a 51-minute long match. But the last South American team in TI11 was not able to defend against the enemy team’s aggression. PSG.LGD bounced back in the series by winning two continuous games.

  • OG VS TEAM LIQUID
    • OG was not able to perform any miracles as they got completely dominated by Team Liquid in the best-of-3 DOTA 2 series. Liquid played brilliantly, winning back-to-back games and eliminating the two-time TI champion organization.
lower BRACKET – ROUND 4
  • TEAM ASTER VS PSG.LGD
    • As the only two Chinese teams left in The International 2022 tournament, the competition between them was intense. Although, PSG.LGD was able to extend their games long enough, it was Team Aster that came out on top. They clean-swept PSG.LGD 2-0 to advance further in the tournament.

  • THUNDER AWAKEN VS TEAM LIQUID
    • This series was the most entertaining watch at 2022 The International 11 Main Event Day 4. Beastcoast produced a comeback in the first game to register a win and take the lead. But, Liquid leveled the series by winning the next game in a dominant fashion. In the decider third game, the match was quite close. Both teams gave their all but it was Liquid who triumphed in the end.

There are only four teams remaining at The International 11 tournament. Out of the four, three are from the Western European region, showcasing the dominance this region has in the game.

The fourth one left is Team Aster, single-handedly carrying the hopes of Chinese fans. They are looking quite impressive this year and would definitely give their all to bring the Aegis of Champions back to their region, something that has not been possible since 2017.

With only four teams and two days remaining, there is still a lot of action left. Stay tuned to get more of such latest updates from the ongoing 2022 DOTA 2 The International 11 tournament.

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