Amer Barqawi 
Team Liquid
Comes out on top after a brutal Game 2 shutout
March 9, 2018
Miracle was excellent, except for Game 2, in a 2-1 win for Liquid vs Evil Geniuses. He finished with an overall KDA of 15/10/10.
Miracle played Anti-Mage in Game 1. He had a very rough lane phase, but thanks to his teammates creating space for him Miracle was able to get the items he needed to take over the game. Once he finished up an Abyssal Blade by 30 minutes, Miracle was able to instantly take out any target in a fight, massively swinging the game into Liquid's favor. Miracle finished with a 5/1/4 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Timbersaw, getting totally demolished by EG all game. Miracle was unable to find even a single kill with his team, finishing with a brutal 0/9/0 KDA. Miracle played Lifestealer in Game 3. After a brutal Game 2, Miracle was eager to show that he can't be pushed around like that twice in a row. He got off to a nice start, and quickly transitioned into moving around the map with his team to find kills and start fights. He finished with a 10/0/6 KDA.
Goes nuts in losing effort
March 8, 2018
Miracle was absolutely dominant as Team Liquid was defeated by Evil Geniuses 1-0 in the group stage of The Bucharest Major. Miracle finished with a 19/4/10 KDA.
In a game that Liquid definitely should have won, Miracle had a fantastic showing. Playing Phantom Lancer, Miracle led his team in kills with 19 and had the least amount of deaths of anybody in the match with four. Miracle's net worth was over 10,000 more than any other player in the match, and he was just all-around dominant. However, EG was able to pull off the miracle comeback at the end, even after their base was damaged.
Excellent positioning keeps Liquid going
March 7, 2018
Miracle was excellent in Liquid's close win over OG at PGL Bucharest. He finished with a 7/3/12 KDA.
Miracle played Juggernaut in a tense elimination match against OG. He did a great job this game both moving around the map to split-push and linking up with his team in fights. He didn't do quite as much damage as some of his teammates, but Miracle's damage was very high and focused on one or two targets.
Rare backseat performance in Liquid win
March 7, 2018
Miracle took a rare backseat to MATUMBAMAN in Liquid's elimination match against Vici Gaming. The star player finished with a KDA of 8/3/9.
Miracle played Lifestealer in the important match. Though usually seen on Matu, it was Miracle's turn to play the hero. He found a lot of farm despite Vici Gaming's aggressive trilane despite falling a few times. His 562 gold per minute and eight kills were way below his average as a pro, but it was more than enough for Liquid.
Styles on his opponents
March 4, 2018
Miracle ended Liquid's win over LFY with a 13/4/8 KDA.
Miracle played Shadow Fiend against LGD Forever Young. It should come as little surprise that Miracle did well in this game. His hero choice let him put his individual skill to great use, winning his lane and transitioning into the mid and late-game as a damage powerhouse for Liquid.
Liquid's star continues to shine
February 23, 2018
Miracle crushed Secret in a 2-1 win at ESL One Katowice. He finished with an overall KDA of 34/8/29.
In Game 1 Miracle played Phantom Lancer. This was an all-around great game from all of Liquid, and Miracle was as usual no exception. He was incredibly elusive in fights, proving almost impossible for Secret to bring down. He finished with a 9/1/13 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Shadow Fiend. This was a game of ups and downs for Miracle. He was very powerful in fights, delivering huge physical and magical damage, but each of his deaths were incredibly costly for Liquid. When he did go down Liquid lost so much of their damage they couldn't win fights. He finished with a 12/6/9 KDA. In Game 3 Miracle played Terrorblade. After his teammates created a practically free lane for him, Miracle put this space to great use. He farmed up a core of fighting items very quickly, and joined up with his team to run over Secret in the deciding game of the series. He finished with a 13/1/7 KDA.
Crushes OG at ESL One Katowice
February 22, 2018
Miracle finished a 2-0 win over OG with a 21/1/20 overall KDA.
In Game 1 Miracle played Queen of Pain, getting off to a slow start but eventually dominating the game. There were few counters to his mobility this game, so Miracle was able to move around fights freely. He could quickly burst down supports with his magic damage, while also having the right-click damage to deal with OG's cores. He finished with a 17/1/12 KDA. In Game 2 Miracle played Terrorblade, but once again dominated OG. He crushed his lane, freely farming his way to his core items very quickly. With the rest of his team also succeeding, there was tons of space in fights for Miracle to sit back and hammer away on OG. He finished with a 5/0/8 KDA.
Another dominant showing from Liquid's star
February 1, 2018
Miracle continues to be the brightest star in Dota 2 as Liquid dominate LGD in Starladder. The prolific player finished with a KDA of 20/7/21.
Miracle played Timbersaw in the safelane of Game 1 of the series. He quickly became a nuisance for LGD diving third-tier towers at level 7. He was single-handedly making space for his team and it threw LGD's gameplan out the window. In Game 2, he was back in the mid lane with Queen of Pain. He dominated Maybe's Shadow Fiend in the favored matchup and racked up an impressive 14 kills on the way to the easy win.
Unstoppable all series long
January 27, 2018
Miracle finished with an incredible 28/1/20 KDA in a 2-0 win against Evil Geniuses at ESL One Genting.
Miracle played Timbersaw, one of the heroes that he first rose to fame on, in Game 1. This game showed off just why Miracle is still one of the best players in the game. He was practically untouchable all game. Even when EG committed everything they had, it still wasn't enough to stop Miracle. He finished with a 9/0/6 KDA. Miracle dominated on Sniper in Game 2. After several low health escapes turned into kills for Miracle in lane, he continued to snowball out of control as the game went on. There was no hero on EG's side that could easily get to him in fights, so Miracle was effectively free to do whatever he wanted all game. He finished with a 19/1/14 KDA, absolutely rubbing his lead in EG's face.
Obliterates Na'Vi in commanding win
January 24, 2018
Miracle dominated Na'Vi in a 2-0 win at ESL One Genting. He finished with an overall KDA of 21/4/21.
In Game 1 Miracle played Gyrocopter. He absolutely dominated the game starting at the end of the lane phase. With the space created by MATUMBAMAN's Viper, Miracle was able to farm up a massive lead for himself and become an unstoppable force in teamfights. He finished the game with a flawless 12/0/11 KDA. In game 2 Miracle played Terrorblade. He didn't go for the recently popularized Battle Fury build, but he was extremely effective with the traditional build of Dragon Lance into Manta Style. He gave Liquid a huge amount of damage in fights, but more importantly he allowed them to follow up those fights with huge tower pushes. He finished with a 9/4/10 KDA.
Leads the way for another impressive win
January 23, 2018
Miracle had yet another dominating game for Team Liquid in ESL One Genting. Liquid's star finished with a KDA of 11/0/2.
Miracle played Sven in the only game of the series. His farming was once again on point as he wasn't contested well by Buugi's Legion Commander. He even picked up a couple of early kills against Buugi which helped accelerate his farm further. 818 Gold Per Minute in a 21 minute game was beyond impressive for Miracle.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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