MVP Ian: "I’d say today’s performance was 3 points out of 10.."

On the 14th of March (KST), in the 2018 LCK Spring SPlit, MVP defeated Kongdoo Monster (KDM) 2-1 and took a step away from the relegation match. On the other hand, KDM recorded a 11-game losing streak and their relegation match was confirmed.

The following is the interview with MVP mid laner An “Ian” Jun-hyeong.


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Q. How do you feel winning today?

We had to win no matter what. It’s a relief that we won, but I’m not satisfied with our performance.


Q. Your head coach had said that you had to shave your heads if you lose. Were you afraid?

It was half-half. (Laughs) We were worried about losing and thought it’ll be okay if we won.


Q. You had a hard time at mid lane.

The calls between mid lane and jungle wasn’t very good. That’s the biggest part that I’m not satisfied with. We’ll try to improve that part by giving feedback after getting back to the team house.


Q. The season’s almost over. How will you prepare the remaining matches?

It’s nearly impossible for us to get to the playoffs, but still, we’ll do our best to win. We still have the possibility to have to play the relegation match. We need to get out of that. I’d say today’s performance was 3 points out of 10. I want to deliver better performance in the next match for the fans.


Q. Your remaining matches are against Afreeca Freecs (AFs), kt Rolster and SKT T1. How do you think it will go?

AFs is on a good roll, but if we’re in our best conditions, we can win. It’s the same with KT and SKT. I believe we can beat anyone if we do what we can do.


Q. Do you have any last comments?

I wanted to win 2-0 today, but that’s regretful. We’ll do our best to win all the remaining matches. Thank you to all the fans who always support us.

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