The top five plays of the PGL Major Day 4
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Day 4 of the PGL Major Stockholm was short and sweet. But that doesn’t mean there was an absence of wild highlights, from clutches to glitches and everything in between. It was a good day for Astralis, MOUZ and Heroic, who all advanced to the Legends stage. However, it was less so for BIG, Movistar Riders and Team Spirit, who are heading home. Watch the highlights below to see the Upcomer’s top five plays from all three matches.

Highlights from Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3 of the event are also available for anyone who wants to get caught up on the sickest flicks, clutches and multi-kills from the PGL Major.

PGL Major highlight #5: Ga-lol

Who doesn’t love some anti-eco slaughter? Alejandro “mopoz” Fernández-Quejo Cano is all for it as he snags himself an ace with some nifty burst-firing from his Galil.

PGL Major highlight #4: Your barrel is showing

While you hate to see the kind of game-breaking glitches that helped with Abdulkhalik “degster” Gasanov’s 1v3 clutch on Inferno, you can’t deny that this isn’t an outrageous play. The Russian AWPer finds the time to swap to his signature weapon and secure the final kill with four seconds left in the round.

PGL Major highlight #3: Glocked and gloaded

This sneaky play from Nikolay “mir” Bityukov combines a nice lurk with devastating aim. Three crisp, clean Glock headshots later and Spirit are sitting pretty in the round. Don’t be fooled by the player cam; this one was all mir.

PGL Major highlight #2: Smokes aren’t walls

It takes some serious cojones to push the CT B smoke on Inferno the way Robin “ropz” Kool just did. The man was an absolute demon in MOUZ’s series against BIG and it shows in plays like this. Remember kids: smokes are not walls, you can go through them.

PGL Major highlight #1: Freezing BIG out

David “frozen” Čerňanský refused to let MOUZ go out of the major in a 2-0 loss to BIG. Watch as he puts on a spray control masterclass to secure an ace and a 15th round for his team. This play was the nail in the coffin for BIG’s Inferno.

Coby Zucker is Upcomer's resident CS:GO writer. He's also played League of Legends at the collegiate level and is a frequent visitor in TFT Challenger Elo. He's a firm believer that Toronto should be the next big esports hub city.
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