Day 2 of the DreamLeague Season 13: Leipzig Major Playoffs has concluded, with more amazing games and unbelievable plays.

Here are all the highlights you might have missed:

23savage, Jabz, and DJ’s amazing synergy

Fnatic’s Io and Winter Wyvern support heroes on Anucha “Jabz” Jirawong and Djardel “DJ” Mampusti out-healed Team Secret’s damage on Nuengnara “23savage” Teeramahanon’s Gyrocopter, who had two Divine Rapiers.

Fnatic eventually overpowered Team Secret and took the first game.

23savage and DJ keep Nisha in the Dire Fountain

On the verge of losing game two, 23savage pulled off an amazing Morphling play to get Michal “Nisha” Jankowsi’s Monkey King inside the Dire Fountain.

First, he Waveformed in, then he Morphed to the enemy Magnus and Skewered the Monkey King towards DJ, who then Tossed the hero into the Dire Fountain.

On Nisha’s respawn, 23savage broke the tree that the Monkey King Tree Danced onto and DJ tossed him back into the Fountain.

YapzOr lands a game-winning Echo Slam

Fnatic was well on their way to sweeping Team Secret after taking down Nisha outside of the Radiant base.

But Yazied “YapzOr” Jaradat read Fnatic’s rotation to the Rosh Pit and dropped an Echo Slam that won the game for Secret.

Nisha denies 23savage’s escape

Nisha’s Magnus was Team Secret’s most valuable player during their final game against Fnatic.

He continuously landed clutch Reverse Polarity ultimates and even pulled off a heads-up play by Skewering Jabz’ Io away from 23savage, which broke their Tether and prevented them from Relocating to safety.

Nikobaby survives with 33hp

Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov’s Lifestealer broke the record for the fastest player to farm a MaelStrom in a professional game by claiming the item six minutes into the game.

Later into the game, Alliance sieged the Dire base and Na’Vi managed to takedown the European squad’s supports.

Left on his own, Nikobaby’s Lifestealer was able to survive Na’Vi’s lineup and earned himself a Beyond Godlike killstreak.

Chris Luck’s Broodmother gets a Triple Kill

Jean Pierre “Chris Luck” Gonzales’ surprise Broodmother pick caught Nigma off-guard.

Chris Luck made plays all over the map and earned a Triple-Kill, which became the game-deciding team fight.

IG get the Song of the Siren, Static Storm, and Will-O-Wisp combo

Invictus Gaming added onto the already devastating Naga Siren and Disruptor combo with the Keeper of the Light, during their match against Team Aster.

By casting Song of the Siren to set up for a Static Storm and Kinetic Field on the enemy Ember Spirit and Doom Bringer, Team Aster’s remaining heroes rushed to save their two core heroes but were controlled by Keeper of the Light’s Will-O-Wisp.

READ MORE: YapzOr drops a game-winning Echo Slam on Fnatic at the Leipzig Major