Rasmus Winther 
Strong showing on Zoe results in victory
July 14, 2018
Caps finished his team's victory over ROC with a 3/1/5 KDA on Zoe.
Caps had an extremely strong start to his team's victory over ROCCAT. Picking up first blood before the three-minute mark, Caps found an early lead and ran with it. He didn't slow down, picking up two more kills for his team in the next three minutes, bringing FNC an extremely early lead that allowed them to take full control of the game. Although the mid game didn't go quite as Fnatic had planned, Caps continued doing what he could to assist his team in controlling the game. Dealing massive damage from a range, he was able to control teamfights from afar. With his team at a huge lead, he continued forcing fights, dominating all who stood in his path as a result. Closing out the game in just 27-minutes, Caps' performance allowed his team to take a swift and much-needed victory.
Excellent game all around
July 7, 2018
Caps ended 5/0/15 in Fnatic's Saturday win over Echo Fox.
Caps' Ryze was incredibly solid from start to finish against Echo Fox, starting when he survived an early gank attempt and turned it around for a kill for Fnatic. From there, he not only put out great damage in fights, but also had fantastic use of Realm Warp, cutting off escape paths to track down kills and force out Summoner Spells. His 5/0/15 KDA was good to tie for the highest kill participation in the game at 80 percent.
Deathless on Lucian
July 7, 2018
Caps went 5/0/3 as Fnatic took down 100 Thieves on Saturday.
On Lucian against the Zoe of Ryu, Caps was easily able to shove in his lane and find a CS advantage. Once a 2-vs-2 in the mid lane granted him two kills, it was the beginning of the end for 100 Thieves. From there, Caps' CS advantage grew exponentially, surpassing the Flame Horizon (an advantage of 100) before the end. Caps was also the only player to end the game with no deaths, participating in over half his team's kills to end 5/0/3.
Risky counter pick fails to pay dividends
July 6, 2018
Caps earned a 4/5/3 KDA on Kassadin during Fnatic's defeat at the hands of Team Liquid.
Caps came into Fnatic's matchup against Team Liquid with all the tools he needed to thrive. Not only did he have a very strong counter matchup for himself in the mid lane, he also had the stronger early-game jungler--a strength that should have compensated for Kassadin's famously weak early game. Unfortunately, plans rarely survive the first contact with the enemy, and this one was no different. An early skirmish set both Caps and Broxah behind and put them back on the back foot for the rest of the game. While Caps still managed to have something of an impact once he managed to assemble his core itemization, it wasn't anywhere near enough to reverse the game's momentum, as even a well-farmed Kassadin wasn't enough to deal with Doublelift's unassailable Kai'Sa play. Despite a heroic effort from Caps and his team, Fnatic lost the game in 34-minutes.
Decent performance on Taliyah in victory
July 6, 2018
Caps earned a 4/3/7 KDA on Taliyah during his team's victory over Echo Fox.
Uncharacteristically, Caps had a relatively quiet performance in his team's victory over Echo Fox. This is not to say that he didn't have a good showing, just one that was not as impressive as he has previously shown. From the early game, he struggled to find a lead against the funnel composition that was focused on his lane, allowing him to do little more than wave clear and group with his team when needed. This paid off however, allowing him to disrupt the enemy team in skirmishes, picking up kills and assists to get things going. Although he was unable to decimate the enemy team, and was even caught out and killed alone early in the game, he bounced back and picked things up during the mid game. After being focused heavily he proved his worth, dealing huge amounts of damage in skirmishes, allowing his team to ultimately take control of the game. Once ahead it was simple for Caps to just move with his team and claim teamfight victories, allowing Fnatic to take a 31-minute victory in the game.
Relentlessly picks on the Zyra
June 30, 2018
Caps went 8/1/3 as Fnatic took down Giants on Saturday.
Caps made his first play of the game on Zoe with a solo kill onto the enemy Vladimir in the mid lane. However, his focus quickly shifted onto the already-behind support Zyra of SirNukesAlot. With his target at low level, and with no defensive stats to speak of, Caps made a great game out of picking off SirNukesAlot at every possible opportunity, often not even requiring a full spell rotation. For his efforts, Caps came out with an 8/1/3 KDA, with the death coming as a result of fooling around in the enemy base once the game was all but won.
Early roam pays dividends
June 24, 2018
Caps ended Fnatic's Saturday victory over Vitality 2/2/14.
Caps' Yasuo made a somewhat unusual decision around the seven-minute mark, choosing to roam to the top lane despite his own jungler being on the opposite side of the map, and his top laner having no knockups, or even any form of hard crowd control. However, knowing that Cabochard's Flash was down and that he was pushed up, Caps was confident the roam would pay off, and pay off it did. The kill Caps secured was one of five Fnatic found in the span of a minute and a half, and from there it was all too easy.
Matches Rekkles kill for kill
May 18, 2018
Caps ended Fantic's sweep to RNG with a 15/13/17 total KDA.
Caps finished Game 1 with a 8/5/3 KDA as Taliyah. He was involved in 11 of 16 kills, leading Fnatic in Game 1 with eight kills. In Game 2, Caps earned a 3/4/7 KDA as Aurelion Sol. He was involved in 10 of 13 kills, leading Fnatic in kill participation during the Game 2 loss. Returning to Taliyah for Game 3, Caps ended with a 4/4/7 KDA. He was involved in 11 of 16 kills, ending the series with the second-highest kill total in the final game. Caps tied Rekkles with a team-high 15 kills over the series as a whole.
Lackluster for once
May 15, 2018
Caps finished Fnatic's Monday win over Flash Wolves with a KDA of 2/5/3.
Caps has been performing tremendously at MSI thus far, but this game was a clear exception. After dying for first blood in a 2-vs-2 jungle skirmish, Caps' game didn't improve much, at least not for a while. He had a hard time landing skillshots, pushing him into a questionable Lich Bane purchase, and had little protection against the diving members of Flash Wolves, granting him a game-high five deaths. He redeemed himself somewhat with a solid Weaver's Wall to help Fnatic set up the final teamfight, but this was not the Caps we are used to seeing.
Pocket pick not enough in loss
May 14, 2018
Caps earned a 6/2/4 KDA on Aurelion Sol in Fnatic's loss to Royal Never Give Up on Sunday.
It was only a matter of time before someone let Aurelion Sol fall into Caps hands and Sunday was that time. In the first half, Caps was able to make productive roams, picking up a kill or assist wherever he went. However, it soon wasn't enough as RNG began to show superior teamfighting skills in the second half. FNC began to fight too spread out or split up, letting RNG pick it apart in skirmishes. All of Caps' effort did earn him 100 percent kill participation as well as most damage dealt to champions on FNC.
Guardian of the Nexus
May 13, 2018
Caps ended 7/1/3 in Fnatic's win over EVOS on Sunday.
On Vladimir, Caps early game was expectedly quiet. As the game drew on, however, he became more and more relevant, quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with in the mid-game fights. His most important duty came in the late game, however, as he was the only member of his team able to deal with the enemy Camille alone. The multiple duels won by Caps prevented EVOS from having any chance of taking the game, and he finished it off himself with a quadra kill.
Strong performance not enough to secure victory
May 12, 2018
Caps earned a 3/3/3 KDA on Yasuo in his team's defeat against RNG.
Although Caps had a strong individual performance, team play is what brings victories. And unfortunately for Fnatic, the rest of the team struggled. Although he was able to dominate his lane and pick up kills in fights, he also found himself heavily focused. Unable to make his way onto the enemy backline and eliminate the Kog'maw from fights, the rest of his team quickly fell down around him. After being quickly eliminated in fights, Caps watched as his team did nothing, allowing RNG to steamroll teamfights and secure a 36-minute victory in what looked like a close game.
Uses Azir to great success in victory over Splyce
January 20, 2018
Caps earned a 5/1/2 KDA on Azir in Fnatic's victory over Splyce on Friday.
Although it took him a decent amount of time to get involved in kills, once Caps got going on Azir, he never stopped. Racking up a massive CS advantage in lane and out-pressuring his opponent, he was able to assist Fnatic in taking map control early on. After doing so, he had no problem participating in teamfights to output large amounts of damage. Though the enemy team tried to find their way to him time and again, Caps' positioning was superb, allowing him to dominate throughout the remainder of the game. Participating in 70 percent of his team's kills, his excellent play allowed Fnatic to claim a convincing victory in 41 minutes.
Unkillable despite losing to H2k
January 20, 2018
Caps used Zoe during Saturday's loss to H2k, finishing with a 2/0/6 KDA.
Caps couldn't carry, but finished the game with a deathless performance as Fnatic dropped their first game of the season to H2k. Caps finished the game with 100 percent kill participation, ending the game with the second-highest kill total and tying for the second-most assists on the team.
One-man throwing crew
October 13, 2017
FNC was able to defeat IMT on Wednesday at the 2017 World Championship despite a poor 1/3/5 KDA by Caps.
As one of the strongest mid laners from the EU region, Caps is expected to make jaw-dropping plays; however, in this game, he dropped jaws for the wrong reasons. In the mid game, he arrived late to a big 5-vs-5 team fight in the enemy bot side jungle. Just as both teams had managed to disengage unscathed Caps decided to go for the extremely unnecessary over-aggressive play. On Cassiopeia, he flashed over a wall in hopes of landing a two-man ultimate. Instead, he whiffed and gave over a free kill while burning flash. The play summarized his overall performance in the match, which was simply haphazard. The saving grace was the opposite mid laner being equally inept at securing kills.
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