Huni on Dignitas' inconsistency: "We got lazy"
Dignitas sit at a clean 5-5 just after the midway point of the 2020 League of Legends Spring Split, but the season has been anything but even-keeled as far as their results.
After starting the season 3-0, they went 1-4 in their next five matches before bouncing back with a much-needed win over then-second-place Immortals last week. But despite the losses, top Laner Heo “Huni” Seung-hoon was grateful that they came when they did.
“I think I’m pretty happy that we lost a few games,” he told Dot Esports. “If it happens in the playoffs, that’s way worse. So for now, I think we take those, and we’ve got to still play better and put more effort in…and remind ourselves [of], when we put in 100 percent effort, how strong we’re going to be.”
Huni spoke in broad terms about the more intangible underpinnings of his team’s early success. He emphasized a recent lack of focus on practices and scrims, and an inability to transfer the lessons learned off-stage into the subsequent weekend’s matches. To him, it came down to them taking their foot off the gas after their 3-0 start and then getting a wake-up call after going through what he said at the time the team thought were a surprising set of losses to Team SoloMid, Cloud9, FlyQuest, and Golden Guardians.
Source: Read Full Article