Live Sandbox head coach Yoo Sang-wook breaks down the loss to Nongshim RedForce and discusses the performance of Song “Clear” Hyun-min.
안전토토사이트 In the second game of Day 4 of Week 5 of the 2023 League of Legends Champions Korea Summer at Roll Park in Jongno-gu, Seoul on Monday, Live Sandbox fell to Nongshim RedForce, dropping to ninth place with two wins and eight losses. While the team is still only two wins away from a playoff spot, the loss was devastating for a team that has said it wants to go beyond that.
Below is the full post-match interview with coach Yoo Sang-wook and Kim “Willer” Jung-hyun.
Can you give us an overview of today’s game?
Coach Yoo Sang-wook: I think it was a winnable game, but we lacked a lot of team judgment and made mistakes in the hitting.
Kim “Willer” Jung-hyun: I had a good flow in both sets, but I didn’t give my team enough time when I had the jungle advantage. I felt I wasn’t good enough. I’m disappointed that I couldn’t take advantage of the favorable match.
What is the biggest problem facing the team right now?
Coach Yoo Sang-wook: As a team, we’re not making good decisions and we’re slow. After the line game, when it was time for the mid- to late-game, we needed to be unified in our thinking, but we lacked that. I should have worked harder in that area.
Willer: Our flow from the initial lineup to the first object was always good, but we made some operational mistakes, and losing a favorable situation made us more urgent.
Why was ‘Clear’ Song Hyun-min called up?
Coach Yoo Sang-wook: I thought we needed a change of scenery because we weren’t performing well, and I thought Song “Clear” Hyun-min was not a bad player.
What is your assessment of ‘Clear’ Song’s performance?
Yoo Sang-wook: He came in and didn’t practice much. I think his performance today was good. I’m looking forward to seeing more from him.
Wheeler: We had a very short practice, so we didn’t have a lot of time together. I think he can do better if I play well.