League of Legends World Championship 2019 finalists G2 Esports are once again back on top of the LEC with wins over Fnatic and Origen.

Week 7 results

  • Team Vitality 0 – 1 Rogue
  • Schalke 04 0 – 1 MAD Lions
  • SK Gaming 0 – 1 Fnatic
  • Excel Esports 0 – 1 Misfits Gaming
  • Origen 0 – 1 G2 Esports
  • SK Gaming 0 – 1 Schalke 04
  • Excel Esports 1 – 0 Team Vitality
  • Rogue 1 – 0 MAD Lions
  • Origen 1 – 0 Misfits Gaming
  • Fnatic 0 – 1 G2 Esports

Match of the week: Fnatic vs G2 Esports

Deemed by fans as the battle between the old kings and the new kings, the last match of the week between Fnatic (FNC) and G2 Esports (G2) kept fans on the edge of their seats.

It was a very close game between FNC and G2. While the game started slowly, it picked up after G2’s Rasmus “Caps” Winther’s Ezreal took First Blood against Fnatic’s Gabriël “Bwipo” Rau’s Sett at around the ten-minute mark.

Despite the early game handicap, Fnatic claimed the mid-game pushing power and took down all of G2’s outer turrets by the 22-minute mark.

The real game-changing moment of the best-of-one series saw G2’s Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski’s Olaf steal Baron Nashor. With the Baron buff on their side, G2 was able to push for victory and end the game within 34 minutes.

Player of the week: Rasmus “Caps” Winther

Jankos may have taken the spotlight with his Baron steal, but G2’s Caps was the MVP for the rest of the match.

Caps delivered insane play after insane play on Ezreal, and went perfect with a 6/0/4 KDA. His 358 creep score also led the game.


1. G2 Esports (11-3)

2. Fnatic (10-4)

2. Origen (10-4)

4. Misfits Gaming (9-5)

4. Rogue (9-5)

6. MAD Lions (8-6)

7. Excel Esports (7-7)

8. Schalke 04 (3-11)

9. SK Gaming (2-12)

10. Team Vitality (1-13)

READ MORE: Doublelift: ‘I’m benched because I had no motivation’