Br0: “I’m happy that we beat CadiaN for the sake of stavn and jabbi”

Софія Піхало

Astralis player Alexander br0 Bro gave an interview to Players reporter Sofiia Pikhalo.

Congratulations. How do you feel after your game? 

I’m feeling happy that we won. I’m happy that we beat CadiaN for the sake of stavn and jabbi. Of course, it's always rough to play versus ex-teammates, but yes, it was nice. 

Do you feel nervous about switching teams and showing good results so quickly? 

I don't feel nervous. In the beginning, maybe in the first three or four games, there were some nerves, but I'm getting a lot more comfortable now. So it's a bit easier for me, but of course, it's always rough to switch teams. I'm not going to make any excuses, but it has been hard. Also, the process has been very fast compared to some other experiences I've had.

Can you count your today's win as a personal win against CadiaN? 

As a personal win? I don't know. I've beaten him once and lost to him once before, so it's a 2-1 score between us now, but I think it’s fun to play against him. 

How do you assess your future progress in Astralis now? 

Good question. I think the positive part is that you're in a team like this. We all have very different perspectives, but we still end up with the same ideas and the same thoughts, so we always learn something. I think that's the most important part. Even though we are doing good, I would say, we are still moving towards doing better every single day, every single time we play. We always have something that we could do better or something that we could change, and I think that's very important thing to have if you want to be the best.

How do you feel psychologically in Astralis? Does the team support you? 

Yes, it has been very nice coming to the team and road-wise I would say I'm still getting used to it. To be able to give me more impact, but I'm also the type of guy who wants to see a team shine because it is a team game and I work in that manner.

If we win the game, I don't mind doing minus stats. For example, as in this game on Overpass, they just went A almost every round and they went B twice, and then jabbi shot three and stavn shot two, so it's like, sometimes it happens. In terms of stats, it might not be the best, but in terms of how everything is coming together, it's working very well, and I'm looking forward to the future as well. 

You played for Monte. What can you say about their performance at ESL Pro League S19?  

I think they performed very well, and honestly, they could have won versus FaZe, even though it's a very tough opponent. I feel like they could have won it, and maybe even should have won it. It's very sad to see, but I'm happy that they made to the playoffs and can continue their good Pro League run since last time. 

A lot of Ukrainian fans were cheering for you in Malta because you were in Monte, what can you say to your Ukrainian fans? 

I can say thank you for your continuous support. I still feel it, I still see some of the messages, and it's very nice to always have you. I always know you're there. 

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