If you’re a Fnatic fan, the League of Legends team’s roller-coaster victory over Misfits Gaming might have been all you needed to restore faith in this roster for the time being. Fnatic overcame a large deficit to beat Misfits and improve to 5-5 in the 2020 LEC Summer Split. \n \nThroughout the early game, Misfits were completely in the driver’s seat. They had an 8,000 gold lead heading past the 25-minute mark and a huge kill and objective lead as they barrelled toward yet another surprising upset in the LEC. \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/LEC\/status\/1284197669213216768?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1284197669213216768%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fdotesports.com%2Fleague-of-legends%2Fnews%2Ffnatic-pull-off-massive-comeback-against-misfits-in-week-5-of-2020-lec-summer-split \n \nFnatic made many mistakes in the early stages of the match. From Bwipo getting caught out a couple of times in the top lane to multiple uncoordinated attempts at fights from Nemesis and Hylissang, the perennial LEC champions looked anything but strong for the first 25 minutes of the game. \n \nAs the match transitioned to the late game, however, Fnatic had plenty to say before they rolled over in defeat. Their early game was horrendous, but their late-game teamfighting was almost perfect. \n \nThe team composition that they opted into allowed them to fight Misfits from front to back, giving Rekkles the ability to continuously heal his teammates on Senna, while also damaging enemies simultaneously. Fnatic’s composition of Cho’Gath, Kha’Zix, Senna, Braum, and Orianna also had enough crowd control and disengage to protect themselves from Misfits’ early burst. \n \nAfter two big teamfight wins, Fnatic managed to take Baron, Elder, and the victory soon after. It was almost identical to their victory against Misfits earlier in the split, where they were also down a ton of gold in the early game. \n \nFor Fnatic, there are plenty of things to be happy and disappointed about. It’s clear that their early-game communication has holes that need to be filled. But it looks like they can step up and perform when they’re given a scaling, late-game composition. \n \nMeanwhile, Misfits are now tied for fourth place alongside Fnatic and SK Gaming in the regular season standings. \n \nFnatic made many mistakes in the early stages of the match. From Bwipo getting caught out a couple of times in the top lane to multiple uncoordinated attempts at fights from Nemesis and Hylissang, the perennial LEC champions looked anything but strong for the first 25 minutes of the game. \n \nHowever the mistakes were quickly fixed in the later stages of the game as Fnatic picked up tempo and destroyed the inexperienced Misfits squad. Tune in next days to see more coverage of LEC.