One of the most all-around players in CS:GO scene is Olof Kajbjer Gustafsson, known as “Olofmeister” who has been playing for FaZe Clan since August 2017. Before that, he created his own reputation with Fnatic between 2014-2017. In his career, he earned over $800.000 from the tournaments.
On 11 December, during the interview with hltv.org, he revealed why he failed at the ESL Pro League Finals.
“Since your win in Copenhagen, you came third-fourth at IEM Beijing and went out in the group stage in Pro League last week. How is the team feeling about these two results?”
“In Beijing, at the start we were pleased with our result because we beat Evil Geniuses and we were doing pretty well. And then we faced Astralis and… I don’t even know what happened, I don’t think anyone really knows what happened (laughs). We got destroyed, basically. We didn’t get into our game at all and they just wrecked us.”
“Going into Odense, we had higher goals than going out that quickly, but I think the game against MIBR especially affected us a lot. We thought, and we still think that we had that game. We made some stupid mistakes. We lost a super-important round where I f**cked up, when FalleN had a Scout in mid on Mirage, I let go of an angle for one second and then with that he got NiKo and wrecked everyone else with the Scout, that was just a bad timing and we lost 13-16 off that I think. And when we played 100 Thieves, I think that’s a hard game no matter what, but I think we could have done better. Lately, they’ve been showing they’re a really good team, so yeah, I think the MIBR game is something we should have won and I think that affected us in a lot of ways.”
“You had been looking in better shape throughout the second part of the season, but Odense clearly wasn’t going well for you individually, what happened?”
“I don’t know man, I couldn’t hit a bus if I wanted to. I don’t know what to say, it was just one of those events where it didn’t feel right anywhere. I couldn’t hit easy shots, the confidence wasn’t there. It’s hard to say why, but it was a really tough event for me, and I know that. Hopefully, I can play better here.”
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