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Hadjizy’s savage caps Smart Omega’s sweep of Happy Feet in The Nationals

Hadjizy capped Game Two with a savage to power Smart Omega’s 2-0 sweep of Happy Feet in The Nationals Season Two Dota 2 Conference, Wednesday evening.

Playing his signature Gusion, Hadjizy put up a vintage performance tow Omega to the top of the standings with a 4-0 card for six points.

With the lord wreaking havoc inside Happy Feet’s camp, Hadjizy made sure to capitalize on the situation and pick the Emperors one by one.

The KDA machine started off with a double kill on REGI (Akai) and AL JON (Thamuz). He followed it up with quick kills on SHO (Esmeralda) and JAYPZ (Pharsa), before finally sealing the elusive savage through Chichie (Yi Sun Shin) who resurrected right before Omega finished off the throne.

Hadjizy was named match MVP in Game Two, ending with nine kills, a death, and an assist.

Kenji (Baxia) followed with eight assists while the debuting Haze had three kills, a death, and seven assists using his tank Jawhead.

Chichie struggled the whole series for Happy Feet, finishing the match with a kill, five deaths, and an assist.

The Team Payaman-powered squad remained dead-last with a 0-4 standing.

In the other match, Cignal Ultra entered the win column after a 2-1 victory over the debuting Laus Auto Group Playbook Esports.

Cignal is at the third spot with a 2-3 slate for two points, sitting behind the second-ranked BREN Esports.

Playbook, on the other hand, is at the fifth spot with a 2-1 card — good for one point.

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