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  • 31 May
    The battle for the final spots in the? ELeague Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Season 2 playoffs continued Friday evening as Group D play kicked off with a nail-biting overtime finish as well as a blowout in the Grand Finals, with Dignitas coming out on top.Dignitas defeats Fnatic in Grand FinalDignitas put together a strong performance against Fnatic in the Grand Final match, earning a commanding victory over the Swedes. Dignitas Emil Magiskb0Y Reif and Mathias MSL Lauridsen led the team with a combined 250.3 average damage per round (ADR), shutting down Fnatics offense and defense.Dignitas jumped out to a huge 12-3 lead at halftime, thanks in large part to impressive plays by Kristian k0nfig Wienecke and Rene cajunb Borgo, who each earned pivotal quad kills throughout the first half. It was more of the same in the second half, as Dignitas easily swept the remaining four rounds, earning a convincing 16-3 victory. With the victory, Dignitas will now have the best seed in Group D for the ELeague playoffs, which start Nov. 30. Fnatic will need to win their match Saturday against the winner of EnVyUs or OpTic Gaming in order to earn their spot in the quarterfinals.Best of the RestThe writing may have been on the wall for Fnatic based on their first matchup of the day against OpTic Gaming. While the Swedes did manage to earn their trip to the Grand Finals, it certainly wasnt easy, as they were forced to knock off OpTic in overtime. The team jumped out to an early 5-0 lead thanks to Joakim disco doplan Gidetun and Olof olofmeister Kajbjer, who each picked up a pair of quad kills in the first handful of matches. However, the Green Wall was able to maintain composure and rally back to maintain a 8-7 lead at halftime. The second half was a battle between Fnatic and Optic as each team went back and forth between rounds until Freddy KRIMZ Johansson picked up a quad kill in the 23rd round to give Fnatic momentum. Following KRIMZs quad kill, Fnatic won five consecutive rounds before Optic came back to win three of their own to send the first match into overtime.Despite losing the first two matches of the overtime period, Fnatic was able to rally off four consecutive round wins to win the overtime period and the series, thanks in large part to KRIMZ and Olof olofmeister Kajbjer, who both made critical plays late to push the Swedes into the finals.The eventual Group D winners made their way into the Grand Finals thanks to a win over Team EnVyUs. Ruben RUBINO Villarroel -- who lead his team with an impressive 112.8 ADR -- was remarkable in the series, coming up with clutch kills throughout the contest. Thanks to solid performances from the team as a whole, Dignitas was able to enter the second half with a 9-6 advantage. That lead quickly grew wider thanks to EnVyUs struggles in the second half, in particular during clutch round-ending situations. René cajunb Borg put the game away for Dignitas, helping the team win four consecutive rounds to close out the series with a 16-12 win. Cheap Air Jordan 1 China Wholesale . Defencemen Drew Doughty, Shea Weber and forward Ryan Getzlaf also scored for the Canadians, who started their gold-medal defence 2-0. Goalie Roberto Luongo, getting the call in place of Game 1 starter Carey Price, was solid when needed in making 23 saves for the shutout. Wholesale Jordans Online . The 17-year-old native of Marystown, N.L., pulled out of Skate Canada International last month in Saint John, N.B., with the same problem. http://www.cheapjordanschinawholesale.com/ . 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Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson has guaranteed out-of-sorts representative back-rower Aidan Guerra his NRL future lies with the Tricolours.Guerra is off contract at Bondi at the end of 2017 but there has been talk the Queensland forward could exit Bondi at seasons end after an indifferent year.However the 28-year-old said Robinson has told him he wont be going anywhere.Guerra enjoyed a successful comeback from reserves to the NRL in the Roosters 42-6 thumping of St George Illawarra on Sunday.There have been a few rumours going around but I have been told by Trent and the club they have confidence in me and that I am here to stay, Guerra told AAP.Im under no illusion though. One game back doesnt mean I am back to form but it certainly means I know I still have the ability.Getting dropped always hurts whether you know you deserve it or not. But I felt that I deserved to be dropped and it was up to me if I got that reprieve to make the most of it and show I deserved to be out there.It has been a pretty emotional couple of weekks.dddddddddddd.Guerra played in all three State of Origin games for Queensland this year, but has struggled through much of the NRL season.It has been hard. I have been trying to put my finger on it for 24 rounds. Some games have been good, but too many havent, he said.But there was no other way for me to react to the sacking other than to put my head down and train hard. You dont get a positive outcome if you act negatively about it.I know what I am capable of and so does Trent.Hopefully I can instill that confidence that I can do it week-in week-out even if there is just two games to go in the season.Guerra said he was hoping to finish the season on a positive note to set up a better 2017.It hasnt been the season we want as a side and it definitely hasnt been the season I have wanted individually, he said.But we have stuck together and taken some lessons from it that should help us moving forward. ' ' '