Sergio Agüero Left Speechless as KRÜ Esports Shocks Sentinels at Valorant Champions 2021

KRÜ Esports made their way into the quarter-finals of Valorant Champions, by defeating Sentinels. It’s a moment of joy for the team, including the owner Sergio Agüero and fans as well. On Monday, December 6th, 2021, KRÜ were up against Sentinels in the lower bracket where they defeated them by a score of 2-1. Unfortunately, Sentinels are out of the tournament as this was their second loss in the tournament.

Earlier, they were handed a loss by Team Liquid. Now, KRÜ Esports will face Fnatic in the quarterfinals.

Quartefinal #1 at #VALORANTChampions confirmed:@Fnatic vs. @KRUesports

— The Esports Writer (@FionnOnFire) December 6, 2021

Agüero showed his excitement over Twitter as he shared a post in which the title goes by Excited, let’s go @KRUesports and let’s go Latam. Making history”.

Emocionado , vamos @KRUesports y vamos Latam . Haciendo historia

— Sergio Kun Aguero (@aguerosergiokun) December 6, 2021

See you in playoffs!

— FNATIC (@FNATIC) December 6, 2021

Just a few days back, Sergio Agüero announced he will be broadcasting all the matches of KRÜ Esports. Moreover, it must be a proud moment for the Barcelona star player to see his team qualifying for the quarter-finals.


It’s been a few days since the Barcelona star launched KRÜ Esports. And ever since, the team has successfully made their name in the world of Esports and especially in the Valorant championships.   

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More details about the KRÜ Esports victory at Valorant Champions 2021

The Europe-based Esports organization “Fnatic” will face KRÜ Esports in the quarter-finals. Moreover, the team commented “See you in playoffs!” on one of the KRÜ Esports celebration posts. It’s going to be a lot of fun to watch both teams compete against each other in the quarter-finals of the Valorant champions 2021.

Apart from KRÜ Esports and Fnatic, there are three more teams to qualify in the quarter-finals for the quarterfinals of the Valorant champions 2021. Team Liquid, Ascend, and Gambit Esports, Fnatic, and KRÜ Esports have already booked their slots for the next stage of the tournament. Furthermore, KRÜ Esports created history by being the first-ever team outside of Europe to reach the quarter-finals of the Valorant Champions Tournament. 

Envy and Cloud 9 Blue are the two remaining teams from North America.

Comment down and share your views on this victory.   

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