MOUZ player Adam Torzsi Torzhas gave a short interview to HLTV after the victory over the ENCE team in the semi-finals of ESL Pro League Season 18, noting the play of his 17-year-old teammate Jimmy Jimphat Salo.
Torzsi noted that Jimphat is one of the best young players in the professional scene:
Jimphat was born for CS, he is a great player and understands the game well, I am happy to have him in our team. Jimphat is a very special child. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a 17-year-old, and I mean a new 17-year-old, play this well in a major tournament.
Jimphat is the younger brother of Ere sergej Salo, who is known for playing for several European teams, but some time ago he decided to leave the professional scene. Jimpphat was also banned at a young age for using cheats, but the rule that players can play in tournaments after five years of the VAC ban allows Jimpphat to play in the pro scene.
It was previously announced that the MOUZ team has made it to the grand finals of the ESL Pro League, where they will play against the Natus Vincere team.
Source: Cybersport Metaratings
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