Chai Yee Fung 
Smart usage of space from his teammates
August 20, 2018
Mushi had a vintage performance against TNC to move on in The International 2018. The veteran finished with a KDA of 5/2/9.
Mushi played Spectre in the important match-up. He got to farm efficiently early on despite the constant harass from SamH's Pugna. His smart itemization to get a quick Blade Mail into a Manta Style helped him contribute to team fights than the normal Radiance build. He was utilizing the space his team provided him and always used his Haunts at the perfect time.
Rough showing from the Mineski leader
August 18, 2018
Mushi struggled against PSG.LGD in The International 2018. The veteran finished with a KDA of 7/7/20.
Mushi played Wraith King in the first game of the series. He was effectively shut down by Fy and Chalice in the laning phase. Mushi eventually got his important Blade Mail and Blink Dagger to help him contribute to the teamfights positively. He fell off pretty quickly though as with multiple Diffusal Blades on the enemy team, his Reincarnation never actually activated. In Game 2, Mushi had a slightly better game with Spectre. He shrugged off his early game struggles to lead Mineski in the networth charts with decent Radiance and Manta Style timings. But a bit of misplays around the map from his team, Captain Mushi just couldn't turn the game around.
Crucial mistakes cost Mineski the series
August 17, 2018
Mushi finished a rough 0-2 loss to Liquid at The International 8 group stages with an overall KDA of 10/15/8.
Mushi had a rough Game 1 on Tiny, struggling to find kills and openings in the Liquid lineup. The kills that he was able to secure through great effort ended up being mostly low-impact support kills, putting things into a desperate situation for Mineski. He finished with a 5/5/1 KDA. Game 2 was even worse for Mushi, on Phantom Assassin this time. He was heavily focused and well itemized against by Liquid, leading to a ton of deaths in fights and in random pick-offs. He finished the game with a 5/10/7 KDA, thoroughly shut down by Liquid.
Mixed performances in series loss to Optic
May 23, 2018
Mushi came up a bit short in a 1-2 loss to Optic at ESL Birmingham. He finished with an overall KDA of 30/17/29.
Mushi played a nice Luna in Game 1, doing a very good job of judging when to enter or retreat from a fight. He died a couple of times to burst damage but adjusted his game plan well. Despite having to run away in a lot of fights to survive, Mushi was still able to deal good damage that allowed his team to clean up. He finished with a 9/2/13 KDA. Mush had a rough time on Queen of Pain in Game 2. His lane went extremely poorly, which really shut down his crucial mid-game impact. Without being able to put on a lot of pressure, the Queen of Pain pick was sapped of a lot of its potential impact. Mushi finished with a 12/8/7 KDA. In Game 3 Mushi played Lifestealer. He got off to a nice start but failed to keep up the pace and soon found himself getting kited a lot in fights. He went for the pure single-target damage build, but without the ability to actually right click people, all his net worth was often useless. He finished with a 9/7/9 KDA.
Proves he is still one of the best
May 16, 2018
Mushi turned back the clock against TNC at MDL Changsha. The Malaysian star finished with a KDA of 14/2/33.
Mushi had a deathless game with his Gryocopter in the laning phase. He wasn't contested much by Sam H, and his economy game was booming from an early point. In the mid game, Mushi even had a perfect Black King Bar usage that completely destroyed TNC's hopes of mounting a comeback. Mushi's Lifestealer in Game 2 had a slow start but it didn't stop him from having a good game. His 25-minute Radiance was a bit later than he would have liked. When he finally got it, Mushi went old school and actually went for the Ancient Infest trick, which worked wonders for Mineski.
Throws away a massive lead
May 5, 2018
Mushi finished with a 6/3/8 KDA on Troll Warlord in a heart-wrenching best-of-one elimination loss to at EPICENTER XL.
He played well for most of the game, but unfortunately for Mineski it all came down to a pair of late-game fights centered around Roshan. Mineski lost both of these fights back to back and watched their lead melt away in practically the blink of an eye. Mineski went from a 10,000-gold lead to losing the game in minutes.
Smart itemization helps keep Mineski in Epicenter XL
May 4, 2018
Mushi played a very well-rounded series for Mineski in their win against Secret at Epicenter XL.The veteran leader finished with a KDA of 5/3/24.
Mushi played the meta-ubiquitous Gyrocopter in the only game of the series. His laning phase didn't go super cleanly as Fata managed to contest his lane well, but in a crucial engagement after picking up his Call Down ultimate, Mineski took an important clash against Secret. Mushi continued to itemize smartly and rushed a Black King Bar anew, which helped Mineski take fight after fight in the mid game.
Perfect itemization helped secure crucial win
May 1, 2018
Mushi put Mineski on his back at Epicenter XL behind some impressive play. The veteran finished with a KDA of 18/2/23.
Mushi went with his favorite Gyrocopter in the series opener. His decision to not buy an Aghanim's Scepter, an item he has commonly built in the last couple of months, proved to be the way to a very smart choice for Mushi. He rushed a Black King Bar instead and this allowed Mineski to take fights against Empire with ease on his way to 10 kills. In Game 2, his Troll Warlord dominated Ghostik's Magnus throughout the laning phase. Mushi once again rushed a Black King Bar to explosive effect. He did not die a single time during the game and racked up eight kills in the process.
Takes over the match vs Evil Geniuses
April 1, 2018
Mushi finished a win over Evil Geniuses at DAC 2018 with a 10/1/4 KDA on Outworld Devourer.
Although he started out on slightly shaky ground, Mushi quickly scaled to a position where he was in almost complete control of the game. So long as he didn't die to initial burst damage there was nothing to bring down Mushi, and his on-demand damage output in fights was unmatched by anyone on Evil Geniuses.
Medusa pick abused by his opponents
March 5, 2018
Mushi couldn't lead Mineski to their first victory at the Bucharest Major. The veteran captain finished with a KDA of 0/4/5/.
Mushi played Medusa in the important match for Mineski. But Complexity would never allow him to farm with the extremely fast pace they set in the game. Mushi never got the space that he wanted that he was stuck with just Dragon Lance for a good part of the game. He did do a lot of damage throughout the game but could not pick up a kill to save his team.
Advances with style to the Starladder playoffs
February 3, 2018
Mushi played a solid series in a 2-1 win against Empire at the fourth Starladder Invitational. He finished with an overall KDA of 21/6/26.
In Game 1 Mushi played Phantom Lancer. He was able to go for the Battle Fury item build, rocketing his farm ahead of the other cores in the game. This left Mineski in a good position as the game went later, and Mushi was able to take over fights and overwhelm Empire with his illusion army. Mushi finished with an 8/1/9 KDA. In Game 2 Mushi had a much rougher time on Medusa. He was pressured early and not allowed to get off to a good start. He did an admirable job trying to catch up, actually finishing the game with the most GPM of anyone, but the overall lead was too far in the favor of Empire by the time he was in a position to fight. Mushi finished with a 2/4/2 KDA. Mushi played Tiny in a Game 3 blowout victory. He got off to a slow start, but once all the pieces of Mineski's puzzle fell into place Mushi started running over Empire. His burst damage was just too much for anyone on Empire to handle. He finished with an 11/1/15 KDA.
Starts out strong but can't close out the series
February 2, 2018
Mushi finished a rough 1-2 loss to Newbee at the fourth Starladder Invitational. He finished with an overall KDA of 14/11/26.
In Game 1 Mushi played Troll Warlord. He was relatively quiet for most of the game, but did show up in force to fights with his team. With setup and Empower from iceiceice's Magnus, Mushi was able to deliver huge physical burst damage to multiple heroes at once. He finished with a 5/1/12 KDA. In Game 2 Mushi played Phantom Lancer but found himself in the complete opposite position to his Game 1. He was constantly under pressure, and forced to make risky plays to try and bring Mineski back into the game. He finished with a 3/6/5 KDA. Mineski took a big gamble in Game 3, giving Mushi Faceless Void. He managed to land a few good Chronospheres, but there was so much riding on each one that when he did slip up it cost Mineski dearly. To add to Mushi's worries, Newbee quickly adapted to playing around his ultimate. He finished the game with a 6/4/9 KDA.
Dominant showing from the veteran
January 23, 2018
Mushi had a dominant series against LFY in ESL One Genting. The veteran carry finished with a KDA of 16/2/21.
Mushi began the series with Lifestealer in the safelane. His laning stage went incredibly well picking up early kills against InFlame's Batrider. Mushi used the great early game to take over the game leading the way for Mineski with an impressive 13 kills. In Game 2, Mushi played Phantom Lancer. He didn't pick up as many kills but he was still very efficient with his farm and rotations thanks to a 12 minute Battle Fury.
Brings the pain in win
January 4, 2018
Mushi was a destructive force as Mineski defeated Team Secret in the Group Stages of Captain's Draft 4. Mushi finished with a 12/6/19 KDA.
Secret had no answer for Mushi. He led the team in kill participation at 31 of 41 kills, as he even found 12 kills himself. Mushi was dominant on Razor and Mineski looked to be playing their best in this match.
Brute forces his way to a win
January 4, 2018
Mushi finished with an imposing 10/1/19 KDA in a win vs Vici Gaming at Captain's Draft 4.
Mushi played an excellent Tiny against Vici. Despite a bit of a shaky early game, Mushi was able to come back extremely quickly through some nice fighting and farming. He scaled extremely well into the later stages of the game, giving Mineski the reach they needed to close out the game.
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