Miracle
Amer Barqawi 
Jordan
Team Liquid
Unable to pull off a miracle against Team Secret
December 2, 2017
Miracle finished with an overall KDA of 17/10/16 in a 1-2 loss to Team Secret at the Dreamleague Season 8 Major.
ANALYSIS
Backed up by three teammates with powerful healing and magic immunity from Repel, Miracle was free to run over Secret. There was no answer to his magic immune Outworld Devourer, and his damage was far too much for Secret's heroes to handle in the mid-game as Miracle finished with a 9/1/5 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Invoker. Although its one of his most famous heroes, this was not a good game for the legendary Miracle Invoker. He got pressured in lane, and was getting constantly run at in fights. There were few opportunities for Miracle to even use his full arsenal of spells, he spent most of his time in fights with Ghost Walk invoked or active. He finished with a 3/6/10 KDA. In Game 3 Miracle played Morphling. Although he played pretty well, it felt like Miracle was constantly just a step behind Secret. He did considerable damage, but it wasn't quite enough to take down the key targets on Secret and by the time Liquid were starting look like they were coming back, Secret had already secured a firm grip on the game. Miracle finished with a 5/3/1 KDA.
Continues to shine bright for Team Liquid
November 3, 2017
Miracle continues to be the star of Team Liquid as he dominated Immortals in Dota Pit. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 20/5/15.
ANALYSIS
MIracle kicked off the series with Juggernaut in the safe lane. He was harassed effectively by Immortal's trilane aggression. He managed to weather the storm and still get a 20-minute Battle Fury thanks to his team's space creation. His seven kills in the game were enough to help his team pick up the win. In Game 2, his Slark had an exponentially better time. He picked up the first blood against FoREV's Venomancer and proceeded to snowball from an early point after getting a 12-minute Shadow Blade. He was a thorn for Immortals all the way, dissecting their team apart with 13 kills.
Delivers a lights-out Anti-Mage performance in Game 1
November 2, 2017
Miracle finished with an overall KDA of 35/10/16 in Team Liquid's 2-0 win over Newbee at the DotaPit Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Miracle played Anti-Mage. He had almost complete free farm in the early game, and got off to an incredibly good start. Thanks to the Battle Fury cost reduction in the new 7.07 patch, Miracle started to amp up his farm much earlier than usual. He slowballed to an extremely power timing around 30 minutes when he had more net worth than both Newbee carries combined and Liquid were able to take the game. He finished with a 21/1/4 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Phantom Assassin. This wasn't as impressive of a game from Miracle, although he did land some pretty spectacular critical strikes throughout the game. He dealt a lot of burst damage, but was very fragile when facing up against multiple Newbee heroes. He finished the game with a 14/9/12 KDA.
Crushes Keen after a close Game 1
October 28, 2017
Miracle finished with an overall KDA of 34/11/21 in Team Liquid's 2-0 win over Keen Gaming at the ESL One Hamburg Major.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Miracle played Monkey King. He did massive damage in fights, but because his items were all offensive he was very fragile. Keen managed to focus and control Miracle in a lot of fights, rendering all his net worth practically useless. His greed eventually paid off when he was able to buy a Black King Bar very late in the game, having a huge impact with the magic immunity. He finished with a 23/8/16 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Sven. After his stressful Game 1, Miracle came out swinging in Game 2. He was extremely fed very quickly and proceeded to rip through Keen. Anyone Miracle managed to attack more than twice was guaranteed to die, and his cleave damage would often bring down a second target as well. He finished with an 11/3/5 KDA.
Explosive Game 2 performance not enough to take the series
October 27, 2017
Miracle finished with an overall KDA of 40/15/30 in Team Liquid's 1-2 loss to Virtus.pro at the ESL One Hamburg Major.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Miracle played Tiny. This was a pretty underwhelming game from Miracle. He found a few kills with his Ava-Toss combo, but wasn't able to become a support-killing machine like Tiny wants to be in the mid game. Liquid tried to resort to having Miracle and gh split-pushing, but it wasn't enough to bring them back into the game. Miracle finished with a 5/8/7 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Phantom Assassin. It took him a while to come online, but once Miracle had his Black King Bar he was able to start pulling Liquid back into it. In fights he was nearly unstoppable. His damage output was simply too much for Virtus.pro to contend with. By the end of the game he was critting for almost 2,000 damage a hit. He finished with a 26/3/16 KDA. In Game 3 Miracle played Terrorblade. This ended up being a lot like Game 2. Liquid fell behind Virtus.pro, but Miracle did a good job keeping his net worth competitive with Virtus.pro's cores, giving Liquid a fighting chance. They managed to hang on for a while, but eventually VP wore Liquid down. Miracle finished with a 9/4/7 KDA.
Dominates everything on the map
October 26, 2017
Miracle killed everything he saw as Team Liquid defeated SG Esports Team 1-0 in the group stages of ESL One Hamburg. Miracle finished with a 12/2/11 KDA and destroyed two towers and a Roshan.
ANALYSIS
Pulling out the Spectre, Miracle made it clear that the outcome of this game was never in doubt. Miracle was at his absolute best, racking up a team-high 12 kills while only dying twice. He fearlessly led his team to an easy win, as they can stay on the right side of the bracket.
Not his flashiest series, but a win all the same
October 15, 2017
Miracle finished with an overall KDA of 16/12/20 in Team Liquid's 2-0 win over Team Secret in the Starladder iLeague Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Miracle played Bloodseeker. He played well in this game apart from a few deaths. He was vulnerable to disables from Secret, but after falling for their tricks once Miracle started to take great care in taking fights. He ended the game with a 10/5/11 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Monkey King. He suffered a lot of deaths in lane, but Liquid were able to come back into the game thanks to their superior teamwork, but also an extremely aggressive dive from Secret. After securing two huge kill bounties off that one dive, Miracle was back in the game and able to coast with his team to victory. He finished with a 6/7/9 KDA.
Dominates SG esports in a quick 2-0 series
October 12, 2017
Miracle finished with a 18/2/23 overall KDA in Team Liquid's 2-0 win over SG esports at the Starladder iLeague Minor.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Miracle played Invoker. Thanks to early pressure from KuroKyky and gh, Miracle was set up for an easy game. He got his Hand of Midas at eight minutes, and from there his net worth began to spiral out of control. He finished the game with a 9/1/12 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Luna. He once again dominated the net worth charts and teamfights. This time he opted to do it with physical damage instead of Invoker spells though. With 22,000 gold in net worth by 30 minutes, Miracle was an unstoppable killing machine. He finished with a 9/1/11 KDA.
Starts the season off with a dominant showing
October 12, 2017
Miracle finished with an overall KDA of 10/7/22 in Team Liquid's 2-0 win over Mineski at the Starladder iLeague Minor.
ANALYSIS
Miracle played Alchemist in Game 1. This game was a slow burn for Miracle. He took longer to come online than a typical good Alchemist game, but when he hit his stride there was nothing that could stop him. He finished with a 3/6/8 KDA. Miracle played Sven in Game 2. Alongside gh's Io, Miracle absolutely dominated the middle lane against Mushi's Medusa. He got off to an extremely strong start that Liquid were able to snowball into a very quick and decisive Game 2 win. He finished with a 7/1/13 KDA.
Hungry for the Aegis
August 12, 2017
Miracle dominated Maybe and LGD in Team Liquid's victory in The International 2017. The superstar finished with a KDA of 19/2/11.
ANALYSIS
Miracle's Morphling in the opener caught LGD by surprise and he was catalyst in the win. He outfarmed Maybe early on and his illusion usage was spot on as he baited out big ultimates from LGD twice in the match. 704 gold per minute? Too easy for M-God. In Game 2, Miracle went with a safelane Huskar. His farm was insane and his rotations always bore fruit. He racked up 10 kills and his only death made space for MATUMBAMAN to take a set of barracks for their side.
Best player on the map
August 4, 2017
Miracle had an incredible series as Team Liquid completed to 2-0 sweep over Infamous in group stages of The International 7. Miracle finished the series with a 37/6/19 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Miracle was in charge the entire series. Infamous wanted to battle out Game 1, and held their own for the most part. Liquid edged them out in the objective game and took Game 1. Game 2, however, saw Liquid roll over Infamous. Miracle put on a clinic on Queen of Pain as he racked up 18 kills to just one death.
No follow through for Game 1 Monkey King
August 4, 2017
Miracle finished Team Liquid's 1-1 draw with LGD during the group stages of The International 7 with a final KDA of 23/7/16
ANALYSIS
Miracle played Monkey King in Game 1 and Ember Spirit in Game 2 against LGD. Miracle's safe-lane Monkey King seemed like a foolish idea from the beginning. Liquid proved that it was indeed foolish, as without much crowd control and little nuke damage, Liquid were tossed aside easily. In Game 2, Miracle returned to the middle lane and put on a show as Ember Spirit, cutting LGD heroes down left and right before ending the game with an impressive 19/1/11 KDA.
Has trouble carrying as Silencer
August 3, 2017
Miracle finished Team Liquid's 1-1 draw with Evil Geniuses during the group stage of The International 7 with a final KDA of 13/8/17.
ANALYSIS
Miracle played Lycan in Game 1 and Silencer in Game 2, in the safe lane and the middle lane respectively. Miracle's Howl in Game 1 helped Liquids hyper-pushing lineup to turn towers to dust in the blink of an eye. In Game 2, Miracle couldn't keep pace with SumaiL and did not have the survivability to contend with all of EG's physical damage.
Two impressive games from Liquid's star middle lane
August 2, 2017
Miracle dominated in Liquid's 2-0 win vs Fnatic in the group stages of The International 7. He finished with an overall KDA of 26/5/14.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Miracle played Morphling middle. Apart from a single death in lane, Miracle played a flawless game. His burst damage was deadly against Fnatic's lineup of squishy heroes, and he was able to move around in fights with ease. Miracle finished with a 10/1/3 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Zeus. Although it seems like Ember Spirit would be good against Zeus, it's actually the other way around. This was a great pick to counter QO's Ember Spirit, and Miracle played it very well. He scaled well as the game went on, dishing out ridiculous burst as well as sustained damage with Static Field. He finished with a 16/4/11 KDA.
Amazing performance from the Liquid middle lane
August 2, 2017
Miracle finished with an overall KDA of 25/8/24 in Liquid's 2-0 win over iG.Vitality in The International 7 group stages.
ANALYSIS
Miracle played Troll Warlord middle in Game 1. Apart from some sloppy fights, especially when trying to push into iG.V's high ground, Miracle played a very solid game. As long as he managed to survive iG.V's initial burst, Miracle was able to keep himself going in fights pretty well. He finished with a 13/4/11 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Invoker. It's been a while since Miracle has played such an impressive Invoker game, but Liquid really needed it in this game. Despite the rest of his team struggling, Miracle managed to almost single-handedly get Liquid back into a winning position. He finished the game with a 12/4/13 KDA.
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