MOUZ victorious in ESL Pro league season 18 final
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MOUZ triumphed as champions of ESL Pro League Season 19 in a commanding display against Team Vitality, securing a 3-0 victory in the grand final (13-9 Inferno, 13-8 Mirage, 13-5 Nuke).

This victory marked their second title win in a row, successfully defending their crown as Pro League champions.

“It feels amazing, back-to-back,” exclaimed Jimi “Jimpphat” Salo after the game.

“It means a lot, especially with this team, with Ludde (Brollan). It’s good to win a tier-one trophy again.”

Despite their consistent presence in the playoffs of Counter-Strike events, MOUZ had struggled to perform beyond the group stage in previous events.

“Group stage merchants, but also Pro League merchants,” joked Kamil “siuhy” Szkaradek, highlighting their reputation.

The grand final showcased MOUZ’s dominance, with Mathieu “ZywOo” Herbaut unable to replicate his stellar form from earlier in the tournament.

Vitality faltered, with key players like William “mezii” Merriman and Dan “apEX” Madesclaire posting disappointing performances.

Vitality’s coach, Rémy “XTQZZZ” Quoniam, expressed disappointment, citing poor communication and execution as reasons for their defeat.

ZywOo, despite his quiet finals showing, still received HLTV’s MVP award, but MOUZ’s Dorian “xertioN” Berman emerged as a standout player in the title decider, leading the charge with stellar performances.

For MOUZ, it wasn’t just xertioN shining; the team as a whole outclassed Vitality.

With siuhy boasting a 1.26 rating and Ludvig ‘Brollan’ Brolin stepping up when needed, MOUZ secured the victory convincingly.

The grand final was one-sided, with Vitality struggling to gain momentum on any of the three maps.

MOUZ’s strong performances on Inferno, Mirage, and Nuke left Vitality unable to mount a comeback.

MOUZ’s victory showcased their prowess in ESL Pro League, solidifying their status as elite contenders in the Counter-Strike scene.

Despite their previous disappointments, this youthful squad has found success on the Pro League stage, defending their title in impressive fashion.

Their flawless run in the tournament, coupled with a convincing grand final victory, was a stark contrast to their semi-final exit at the PGL Copenhagen CS2 Major.

MOUZ’s dominance in the studio setting was evident, with players like Ádám ‘torzsi’ Torzsás emphasizing their prowess.

While questions remain about their performance in larger arenas, MOUZ’s back-to-back Pro League victories are a testament to their potential.

As for ZywOo, despite missing out on the grand final, his exceptional performance throughout the tournament earned him another MVP award.

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