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ALEX Names The Only Team That Could Beat Natus Vincere



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Alex “ALEX” McMeekin is a 26-year-old British CS:GO player who has been representing Fnatic for around two months. Before that, he had played for teams like Team Vitality, Cloud9, and more.

Despite the fact that Fnatic couldn’t qualify for the PGL Major Stockholm 2021 with their revamped roster, ALEX has been watching the event with pure attention. Yesterday, he named the only team that might beat the CIS team, Natus Vincere.

Natus Vincere has been popping off in 2021 as they won most of the tournaments they attended. They have been pretty consistent as a team while Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev was proving why they call him the best player in the world.

As the scene moves to the PGL Major Stockholm, the most obvious favorites for this tournament were Natus Vincere. However, ALEX believes that Team Vitality might be one of the few teams that could beat Natus Vincere in the tournament.

Even though ALEX knows that Team Vitality doesn’t look strong as they used to be, he pointed out that Mathieu “ZywOo” Herbaut’s impact against s1mple should be a huge focus point for the matchup.

Furthermore, the experienced in-game leader mentioned that Vitality being not amazing might help them to overcome Natus Vincere because they could play the match knowing they have nothing to lose.

ALEX shared his opinion about the team that could beat NaVi:

“Is it just me that thinks that Vitality are one of the few potential teams that can beat NaVi?

Not saying they’re better right now, but having someone that can go head to head with s1mple or even better must have some weight to the argument.

NaVi have looked really good so far & Vitality not amazing, but that can also help them go into the match with nothing to lose”

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