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Astralis beats Team Liquid to win BLAST Pro Finals.

Astralis esports win the Blast Pro Series Tournament Final to become champions.

Astralis has officially won the BLAST Pro Series Global Finals today. The organisation’s CS:GO roster have faced Team Liquid at the very end of the 2019 CS:GO season. In the end, the team has won both matches and finished 2-0 victorious, marking the end of the season.

Throughout the season, the Danish team has got six other wins against other teams. They have also got two Major trophies during the 2019 season. With these, Astralis might have just become the best CS:GO team of 2019.

In the first match, Astralis had a rather strong start and got the lead on opponents with 8-0. Later on, Team Liquid seemed to try to turn the tide making the match 8-7. Nevertheless, the Danish team managed to defeat Team Liquid 16-11 at the end of it.

In the second match, Nicolai “device” Reedtz, Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander, and Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen on Astralis’ side have had impressive gameplay against Team Liquid. The match seemed to be close at the beginning. However as the match progressed, Team Liquid have lost the match again 12-16.

The second match was on Nuke. Interestingly, Nuke has been notorious for Team Liquid as their worst performing map. In the past three months, they have only won about 1 out of 3 Nuke matches. Luckily for Astralis, their worst performing map Overpass wasn’t in the finals. Their win and lose ratio has been even worse as they have lost more than half of the Overpass matches.

Astralis’ victory in BLAST Pro Series Global Finals marks the end of the 2019 CS:GO season. Despite their roster built with top CS:GO players, Team Liquid wasn’t able to win against Astralis. They will have to build an even better team until the 2020 CS:GO season.

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