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CS:GO • Feb 21, 2019

Cloud9's Flusha provides hilarious response after losing 16-0 to Astralis

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After Cloud9’s 16-0 demolition at the hands of Astralis on Wednesday, February 20, Robin 'flusha' Rönnquist used Twitter to give his hilarious reaction to their defeat.

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Cloud9 squared off against Astralis in the second round of the New Legends stage at the IEM Katowice CS:GO Major 2019, with both teams sitting at a 1-0 record after victories over MiBR and compLexity respectively.

When the pair finally came head to head in the major, it was Astralis who convincingly swept Cloud9 behind on Train, winning the map without losing a single round in the process.

Astralis were dominant against Cloud9 on train.

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In the aftermath of their loss to Astralis, flusha offered his Twitter followers a glimpse into how he was feeling, giving fans of Cloud9 and CS:GO a laugh with his hilarious attitude in the face of a harrowing defeat.

“Any other map, we 16-0 them,” wrote Rönnquist. “GGWP, unlucky timings all rounds.”

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Flusha had Counter-Strike: Global Offensive fans laughing after their match against MiBR, as a tweet sent by the Cloud9 star after their victory saw Rönnquist take aim at analyst Chad ‘SPUNJ’ Burchill and comments he made prior to the New Legends stage.

Almost immediately after Cloud9's win, flusha went straight to Twitter to post the opening lines of SPUNJ's rant, taking the chance to use Burchill's words against him.

While Astralis may have dominated Cloud9, their tournament is still far from over, you can make sure you keep track of everything that’s going on at the major using our IEM Katowice 2019 CS:GO Major viewing hub.

Cloud9 will face off against Team Vitality in Round 3 as they attempt to get their tournament back on track, while Astralis will hope to remain undefeated as they take on Renegades.

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