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Kuro says he’s the best Viktor in the LCK

ROX tigers mid laner Lindarang left Thursday's LCK match because of an apparent illness.
ROX tigers mid laner Lindarang left Thursday's League Champions Korea (LCK) match because of an apparent illness.

In the second set of a 2-0 victory over ESC Ever, ROX Tigers’ Lee “Kuro” Seo-Haeng showed immense presence in team fights with his ult usage, and impressive mechanic play as Viktor. In the post match interview, he cemented his confidence with the champion.

“I don’t know how well I did (comparatively with Hae “Cry” Seong-Min), but I think I can play Viktor very well,” he said in the interview. When asked if he could confidently say that he was the best Viktor in the world, he replied “yes I can.”

One of the most memorable moments in the second set was the 1-v-1 between Kuro’s Viktor and Ever’s midlaner Kang “Tempt” Myung-Gu as Swain. Even though Ever left Viktor open to counter pick as Swain, he still lost.

“The most important thing about any 1-v-1 as Viktor is landing the Gravity Field,” he said, reviewing the footage.

Finally when the casters asked him about his weaker performances as Azir, he was very quick to defend his performance.

“I think I do well,” he said with a smile. “I think Azir just doesn’t work well with the team. I’d do well as Azir but then we’d lose. So I think it’s hard to play as him.”

The ROX Tigers will be facing off against the kings of the LCK, SK Telecom T1 on the first day of the third week of the summer split.


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