VCT 2021 Masters Berlin: Sentinels Outshined F4Q by Score of 2-0, Tenz with 54 Kills in whole Sentinels vs F4Q: Today’s Sentinels triumph over F4Q was made possible by Tyson “TenZ” Ngo’s outstanding effort. On the first Breeze appearance of VCT Masters Three Berlin, the star duelist dominated. F4Q chose Split to open the series, and the two VALORANT teams alternated rounds. Sentinels, on the other hand, struggled to respond to Bunny’s hyper-aggressive Raze play.
Split was the map picked by F4Q in the surprisingly competitive first match. In the second half, the Sentinels, who were leading 7-5 after the first map, lost two hands in a row. The Sentinels, who had taken the ropes, eventually triumphed 13-9.
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Sentinels chose Breeze, bringing the map to Berlin for the first time. TenZ had another strong pistol round, scoring four kills to give his squad a head start. Bunny, on the other hand, remained a problem, shutting down both of Sentinels’ first attempts to capture A site. As a result, the top team in NA successfully returned to B before TenZ awoke and controlled the rest of the first half with the Op, extending the Sentinels’ lead to 8-4 in this thrilling match of Sentinels vs F4Q.
The Sentinels did not allow F4Q to use their own selection Breeze, and F4Q trailed 8-4 at halftime. Sentinels triumphed 13-4 after not allowing their opponent to touch the ball in the second half. As a result of the match, the following are the group standings:
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Even by TenZ’s absurd standards, TenZ’s performance was outstanding. On Breeze, the remainder of his team had 36 kills, just four more than their best fragger. He had 54 kills at the end of the series, 20 more than the next highest scorer.
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