KarlTusok is back.

ECHO jungler Karl “KarlTzy” Nepomuceno achieved a Savage on Lancelot against Omega Esports last Sunday, putting ECHO back on top of the standings at Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League Philippines Season 9 (MPL PH Season 9) after their 2-0 victory.

This is his third Savage in his professional career on his classic Lancelot pick.

KarlTzy’s Lancelot takes over the second game against Omega Esports at MPL PH Season 9

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang hero, Lancelot

Up by one game in the series, the 17-year old jungler locked in his signature hero in game two. He showed all throughout the match that he is still the best Lancelot player in the world, contributing to the team’s 12-2 kill lead at the 10-minute mark.

With the momentum in their favor, ECHO took the enhanced Lord to mount the final push in the midlane.

The M2 World Championship MVP then went all-in and nailed a Savage just before ECHO pushed into the base to secure the dominant win. KarlTzy finished with an MVP performance of 13/1/9.

The win put ECHO on top of a with 7-2 record, overtaking TNC in the standings.

The 17-year old ECHO star talks about his best play so far this MPL PH Season 9

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang MPL PH Season 9 roster, ECHO
Credit: MPL Philippines

In a post-match interview, KarlTzy admitted that many teams have forgotten just how good he is with the assassin hero.

“I feel that other teams aren’t scared of my Lancelot anymore because I lost my touch with the hero a few seasons ago,” he said. “But now, it’s back.”

He also talked about what’s going through his mind during the final moments of the game when he got the wipeout.

“I was so focused on the game that I couldn’t see anything. I was really in the zone that time,” KarlTzy recalled. “I am always calm when I get a Savage. I’m better at making plays when I’m calm.”

ECHO will next face TNC on Saturday, March 26, at 4 p.m. GMT+8. follow ONE Esports on Facebook for MPL PH news and updates.

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