German FIFA player Niklas Razek provided a special highlight in America and won the eMLS. This means the 24-year-old has already qualified for the playoffs for the Individual World Cup.
FIFA Professional Nicklaus”NRaseck7″ Razek won the eSports edition of Major League Soccer and was crowned America’s champion. In the final he was able to defeat Brazil’s top seed Paulo Paulo Neto Neto (winners of MLS series one and two) beat Atlanta United 9-6.
As a result of the victory, the 24-year-old, who is only under contract with St. Louis City from this season, not only won the US$20,000 prize money, but also became the first German to receive a ticket. The Global Series Playoffs are secured in FIFA 23.
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As one of 26 representatives from MLS clubs, Razek traveled to Austin for the Grand Final. In the previous two events, the former eNational player had already put himself in a promising position with consistently good performances. His record of 13-10-2 in individual matches against all other participants gave Germany a top 4 finish, thus directly qualifying for the quarter finals.
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It was here that the 24-year-old first met Mohammed.KingCJ0″ DC United’s Alyun Diop. Two 2-1 wins eventually led to the top four, where he met Ehsan “lamp“Jakeri has to do. In a dramatic battle at eye level, NR7 scored the decisive goal in injury time in the second leg to advance to the final (6:5). There Nicklaus made it all clear by winning the second leg 5:2 after 4:4 in the first leg.
Through his success in America NRaseck7 Not only did he once again prove that he is one of the most consistent German players over the years, but he also provided an innovation at the same time. The FIFA veteran is the first professional player to celebrate championships in two different leagues. In the 2014/15 season he already achieved the feat in the virtual Bundesliga.
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