For the second time this year, EDG has eliminated FPX from the LPL playoffs

For the second time this year, EDG has eliminated FPX from the LPL playoffs ...

Both EDward Gaming and FunPlus Phoenix locked horns in the 2022 LPL Summer Split playoffs, similar to the Spring Split playoffs earlier this year. And the result was also similar as EDG beat FPX 3-1 in todays League of Legends series to advance further into the bracket.

EDG entered the playoffs on a four-game winning streak. The team's dedication could be seen in their gameplay as they won the first two games in a dominant fashion.

Flandre removes the health bars as quickly as lightning!

Both teams were constantly engaged in skirmishes, but EDG emerged on top most of the time. They became the primary damage dealers for EDG, melting down the enemy lineup. They made it impossible for FPX to make a comeback.

Viper dominated the Rift in the next game, despite any challenges that FPX had to contend with in teamfights. He ended the day with an impressive 11/1/10 KDA score, demonstrating the power he had in the late game.

Care and Lwx come together in an epic comeback! #LPL

FPX's situation sounded grim, but the team refused to give up. In game three, the team fought with all their might to win the match in their favor. Cares Ahri, Summits Jax, and Lwxs Zeri showed up in key moments, helping FPX achieve their first victory in this series.

EDG demonstrated why they were previous years world champions in game four. Even when battling a huge gold deficit, the team managed to bounce back and beat the FPX's hopes of reaching the playoffs.

The knights @EDG_Edward toast their victory and march on! #LPL #CrazyIsOurGame

Vipers Lucian was destroying the enemy champions' health bars with his combo in the late game. His 12/2/3 scoreline was the driving force for EDG to win the game and win the series.

For the second time in 2022, FPX's playoff run comes to an end thanks to EDG. EDG also need to prepare for their next matchup since they will face RNG's arch-nemesis on August 20.