Martin Hansen 
G2 Esports
Puts up a fight
October 15, 2018
Wunder finished Monday's loss to Flash Wolves with a 8/7/2 KDA as Irelia.
Wunder put up a good fight before eventually falling to Flash Wolves on Monday. He was involved in 10 of 18 kills, the second lowest kill involvement in the loss. His eight kills were the team-high, while his two assists were the team-low. Wunder's seven deaths did tie for the team-high, but he played fairly well until Flash Wolves took over late.
Continues to play bruisers
October 15, 2018
Wunder ended Monday's win over PVB with a 5/1/10 KDA as Aatrox.
Wunder continued to play split-push oriented champions as he used Aatrox to pick up a win over PVB on Monday. He was involved in 15 of 23 kills, finishing with the third highest kill participation on the team. His five kills were the second highest total, while his ten assists were the third most on the team. Wunder played well, giving away only one of eight deaths for the team-low death total, tied with Wadid.
Finishes with no kills for second straight game
October 11, 2018
Wunder finished Thursday's loss to PVB with a 0/3/3 KDA as Ryze.
Wunder struggled to find much involvement for the second straight game as G2 dropped to 1-1 in the group stage. He was involved in only three of 10 kills, ending with the lowest kill participation in the game. He had no kills for the second straight game, while his three assists were the third-highest total in the loss. Unlike in Wednesday's game, Wunder couldn't even provide effective split-push during Thursday's loss.
Limited despite win over AF
October 10, 2018
Wunder finished Wednesday's win over AF with a 0/1/1 KDA as Camille.
Wunder struggled to really do much of anything during Wednesday's win over Afreeca. He was involved in only one of seven kills, the lowest kill involvement on the team. He had no kills, while his one assist was the team low. Wunder will be lucky to win any more games with such low involvement.
Closes out the series on a high note
October 8, 2018
Wunder ended Sunday's 3-1 win over Infinity with a 18/5/22 total KDA.
Wunder finished Game 1 with a 1/1/5 KDA as Aatrox. He was involved in six of 11 kills, ending with the second lowest kill total as Infinity took the win in Game 1. In Game 2, Wunder used Urgot and earned a 3/0/2 KDA. He was involved in five of 12 kills, giving away no deaths as G2 evened the series. Using Urgot again in Game 3, Wunder ended with a 7/3/8 KDA. He was involved in 15 of 24 kills, tying for the team-high kill total to put the series at match point. Switching to Ryze in the final game, Wunder earned a 7/1/7 KDA. He was involved in 14 of 18 kills, leading G2 with seven kills to close out the victory. Wunder was involved in 40 of 65 kills in the series.
Stars on Urgot
October 4, 2018
Wunder finished Thursday's win over SuperMassive with a 6/2/3 KDA as Urgot.
Wunder had a strong performance in the top lane during Thursday's win. He was involved in nine of 16 kills, tying for the team-low kill participation. Despite that, his six kills were the second-highest total as he played well when needed throughout the game.
Quiet in loss
October 2, 2018
Wunder earned a 0/1/0 KDA on Ornn during his team's loss against SuperMassive.
Try as he might, Wunder simply could not get things going during his team's game against SuperMassive. As his team started falling behind early, he struggled to do anything except match the enemy top laner. Though he was able to build up an early CS lead, he couldn't keep things going as the enemy team picked up the pace. Though he provided a bit of CC in fights, it was not nearly enough to turn skirmishes around for his team. After giving up a death, he did little more than sit by as his team was slowly defeated. He didn't have a poor performance but was simply unable to get things done, resulting in a 32-minute loss.
Dominates in series victory
September 16, 2018
Wunder earned a series KDA of 3/6/30 during his team's 3-1 victory over Schalke 04.
Throughout his team's entire series against Schalke, Wunder had a relatively strong performance that proved crucial to his team's success. Playing a mix of tanks and carry champions, he was able to consistently show up when it mattered to help his team secure victory. Though he was on carries in a couple of the games, he played them more for the utility, dealing damage while focusing on their crowd control and teamwide resources. Even in his team's single-game defeat he was able to put up decent numbers, participating in all but two of his team's kills in the loss. Although he picked a controversial Gangplank in Game 4, Wunder was able to recover from a pair of early mistakes, allowing him to scale nicely and become the tipping point for his team, winning back-to-back teamfights to close out the game. As a result, G2 claimed the series 3-1 and qualified for the World Championship.
Two standout games
September 15, 2018
Wunder's KDA read 12/7/10 as G2 took down Splyce 3-2 on Saturday.
Wunder was fairly quiet for much of the series, but he came up big in two of G2's three wins. In Game 2, his Aatrox put out a ton of split-push pressure, and went a deathless 4/0/1, as well as taking a huge CS lead in lane that only grew over the course of the game. Finally, in the deciding game of the series, Wunder's Urgot was a huge contributor to G2's victory. With Perkz having fallen off, it was up to the side lanes to carry, and Wunder took the reins commandingly, finding another lead in lane and transitioning to fantastic teamfighting to end 7/1/4 and take the series.
August 25, 2018
Wunder ended G2's shutout loss to Misfits on Saturday with a KDA of 3/8/16.
Consistently touted as the best top laner in Europe, Wunder hardly looked it in this series. His Gangplank gave up not one, but two solo kills in the first game, and while his Sion was able to pull it together a bit in Game 2, he still lost lane, again to the Cho'Gath of Alphari. Finally, in Game 3 he had a solid performance, once again struggling early but managing to secure the best KDA on his team by far, dying only once to go 1/1/12 as G2 lost the series.
Strong showing on Camille results in win
August 11, 2018
Wunder earned a 4/3/11 KDA on Camille during G2's victory over UoL.
Wunder has proven to be a consistent player time and again, and his performance against UoL was no exception. After a slow start to the game, he began to dominate during the later stages of the game. Consistently finding picks with his crowd control, he found his team openings in skirmishes and teamfights. As things progressed, he had no problem getting onto the enemy backline and forcing carries out of fights. As a result of this, G2 was able to easily take teamfight victories left and right. With several fights under their belt, G2 stormed into the enemy base for a 39-minute victory.
Unfortunate play results in loss
August 5, 2018
Wunder earned a 0/2/0 KDA on Gnar during his team's loss against Fnatic.
Throughout his team's loss against Fnatic, Wunder had a lackluster performance to say the least. Picking Gnar, he quickly itemized to split push and do little else. Although this was a sound tactic to a certain degree, it meant the rest of his team's composition was nearly useless. Being built to teamfight, the team could not find a 5-vs-5 fight due to Wunder's constant pressure on the other sides of the map. This ultimately cost the team Baron after Fnatic isolated the rest of the team and was able to control the map. After falling behind, he was built to deal damage instead of initiate which resulted in his swift death in teamfights. As a result, G2 was defeated in 27 minutes.
Hard to kill, easy to ignore
July 29, 2018
Wunder went 0/2/1 as G2 fell to Schalke 04 on Saturday.
On Dr. Mundo, Wunder had very little opportunity to do much of anything in this game. He did manage to become quite tanky, even as Schalke's carries got fed, so it could be said he did as much as could be expected. Unfortunately, with little to no damage threat coming from the rest of his team, the fact that it was difficult for Schalke to kill him mattered very little. He only went down twice, once to a three-man gank and once at the very end of the game, but that's about all he was able to accomplish.
Struggles in defeat
July 14, 2018
Wunder earned a 0/2/2 KDA on Gangplank during his team's loss to Misfits.
Although he was previously undefeated this split, Wunder's play would not indicate the same as he was dominated throughout his team's loss. Getting solo killed just minutes into the game, he had an extremely rough laning phase that never recovered. Try as he might, he quickly found himself at the mercy of the enemy team, unable to win his 1-vs-1 and unable to deal significant amounts of damage in teamfights. Though he tried, he could not hit barrels onto key targets on Misfits, allowing the enemy team to dominate the mid game. As things got out of hand, he could do little more than try and damage from a distance; a task that is not easy for a melee champion. Due to his team not having a front line, as the two squads clashed, he found himself unable to do anything, allowing Misfits to run away with the victory, closing the game out in 38 minutes.
Decimates enemy laner to secure victory
July 8, 2018
Wunder earned a 5/2/8 KDA on Sawin during G2's victory over TL.
From the very start of the game, it was clear that Wunder was the much better top laner. He picked up an early solo kill onto his lane opponent and never slowed down. With his lead, he consistently bullied Impact, making the enemy laner as close to useless as possible. As the game turned to a team fighting stage, Wunder was constantly able to move with his team to deal huge portions of damage and assist in finding victories. Although he was focused heavily, his earlier performance allowed him to gain the necessary stats to tank through the enemy carries and bring desolation to those in his path. As a result, G2 claimed a convincing victory over Team Liquid.
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