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Astralis’ Bubzkji Admits That He Lacked On Personal Level After Tough Loss Against Vitality

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Lucas Andersen, known as “Bubzkji,” is a 23-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been representing Astralis for over a year now. Previously, he was playing for MAD Lions, Tricked Esports, and more.

After the player break, Astralis started to compete at ESL Pro League Season 14, and they won against Team Spirit and Bad News Bears as they lost to ENCE and recently, Team Vitality with 2-0.

Following their tough loss against Team Vitality, Bubzkji took his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed his feelings about the matchup as well as the tournament.

In the tweet, Bubzkji admitted that he lacked on an individual level during the match where he played with only a 0.78 rating and said that Team Vitality was clearly a better team today compared to them.

Furthermore, the young riffler pointed out that they also couldn’t properly manage to do the teamwork and mentioned that they need more time to be on the same page. As Bubzkji said, he is looking forward to playing some practice matches in the future.

Bubzkji on their match against Team Vitality:

“Honestly it’s rough to play officials right now, both personal level, and teamwork is lacking. We need more time to get on same page, looking forward to some practice. Lost to Vitality 0-2, they were the better team! Playing versus Heroic tomorrow, pretty sure we’re out already though.”

You can check out the post below.

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