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Oscarinin: “Anything that’s not winning is a failure” Esports.net

After Fnatic’s close defeat to arch-rivals G2 in the LEC Winter playoffs, Lee Jones spoke to their top laner Óscar “Oscarinin” Muñoz to get his thoughts on the series.

FNC Oscarinin

Credit: FNATIC

What do you think went wrong against G2? Are there any positives you can take from the series?

Oscarinin: I think we underperformed a lot – as a team but also me. I think I had a really bad series in general. But even with us being not the best today, not our best version, I think we were the better team, honestly. I think if we played at our normal level we would have won.

But yeah, it was just not our day and I think the games were really weird. I think we had a lot of information that we were just not playing [to] accordingly. And yeah, we just played pretty bad today.

Lee Jones: G2 is considered considerably better than the rest of the LEC at the moment, but you gave them a really close series today.

Is Fnatic close to that level as well then?

Oscarinin: I think so if we improve some things. I think we’ve had some problems for a while and if we solve them, I think we can be better than G2 for sure. I think today if we played a bit better individually — at least me, and I think Marek [Humanoid] didn’t have his best series too — I think if we played better, we would be a better team for sure right now. But I think if we solve those things, I think we can be the best. Not by far, but the best team for sure.

FNC vs G2 LEC 24 Winter

Credit: LEC

Lee Jones: G2 had an extra day to rest/prep while Fnatic played this series having also been in action yesterday.

Do you think that could’ve had an effect on the outcome?

Oscarinin: I think that affects sleep and the routine a bit in general, but it is what it is. We just have to prepare better for it and that’s it. But yeah, I think it’s better for the team that has one day to relax.

What would a successful season on the whole look like for Fnatic and also for you personally?

Winning. Everything that’s not winning, I think it’s a failure.

What’s been the biggest change since Jun joined?

Oscarinin: I think the bot lane is working really well together. They understand each other really well and they have a really aggressive style. I think today they played really well. They solved some issues that they had and now I think they are playing really well. So yeah, I think they just work really well together and they are very aggressive bot lane. They have really good laning.

Fnatic LEC

Credit: X | @Fnatic

Lee Jones: Trymbi’s arrival was thought to have brought a big help with shot-calling, so how have those responsibilities changed after the roster swap?

How has the transition been from Trymbi to Jun?

I think Trymbi talked for sure, like he was kind of the second shot-caller. But I think Ivan [Razork] is the one doing that job, he was doing it before too when Trymbi was here. He talks a lot, he gives a lot of direction in the game and yeah, he’s just the leader in the game. I think he’s just doing it really well and we don’t really need Trymbi I guess.

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