"This is a game of TvZ to go down the books!"
That is what OGN Caster Kim exclaimed during the game. The gameplay that Neo.G_Soulkey showed against Bogus was enough to blow anybody's mind. It was textbook play for how a Zerg can beat a Terran lategame.
Neo.G_Soulkey's management was perfect. By bringing the match to the fifth set when the team was down 1:2, he is developing more and more into Woongjin's ace player.
Q You were the only one to win twice in a row. You must be happy.
A We all prepared together, but I was the only one that won both games, so I feel bad. However I'm happy today because the team won. I don't have any doubt that other players will play well in the future.
Q Your team's morale must have suffered after losing to Samsung KHAN.
A It wasn't bad. We cheered each other up and encouraged ourselves to practice hard, and that really brought us together. However, there was a lot of pressure to win this match.
Q You were sent out on the brink of your team losing.
A I felt like I was sent out for an ace match (laughs). On top of the pressure of having to save the team, I was worried because my opponent was a Terran user. It doesn't help that he's also STX Soul's ace (laughs). For some odd reason, when I play ZvT, I feel much more pressured to deliver spectacular games than when I play other match-up's. People around me say I have strong ZvT, which just adds to that pressure (laughs).
Q Many are moving towards deeming you Woongjin's ace.
A I'm not there yet. Zero couldn't adjust to the broadcasted match environment, so he lost 2 games, but he has proven time and time again to be clutch when the team is in trouble. However, remember that I said 'I'm not there yet' (laughs).
Q Caster Kim complimented your game play to no end.
A I felt so proud after the game was over. It was a come-back win and I felt like I had produced a spectacular game myself (laughs).
Q You started off last season with a 9-win streak [T/N: I don't believe this is true, somebody correct me if it is], but overall there were a lot of up's and down's.
A I'm no longer the same Neo.G_Soulkey. It wasn't that I played better [at the beginning], but it was more that I was lucky. However, now I am winning through skill. I feel like I can keep up a good showing. Feel free to expect great things from me.
Q Do you see yourself as an aggressive or passive player.
A I want to be good at both (laughs). Both are necessary to claim the Zerg throne (laughs).
Q Your goals this season.
A The number of games were reduced vastly, so even if I won all of my games, it would only be 21 wins, which is regrettable. I just want to win around 70% of my games. I feel like I should get at least 15 wins if I want our team to make it to playoffs.
Q Anything you want to say to Zero.
A Don't let the losing streak overcome you. I hope you don't go into a mental slump for going on a losing streak like you did in the past. If you do, you'll lose your position as our ace to me, so I hope you win your next match (laughs).
Q Any last words.
A sHy, who just joined our team, won a game that was critical to our team's victory. I thank him, and I hope our fans will cheer for him as well.
Source: Daily E-sports
* Fomos has the Korean interview with Light. OpticalShot will probably translate it within the next few days. For those of you who can read Korean. Some interesting things from Light's interview without revealing too much:
-Light's TvP isn't that great because his vulture usage is not up to par.
-He says Neo.G_Soulkey's play style becomes increasingly irritating as the game progresses, because his late game ZvT is so good.
-It looks like DES and FOMOS are interviewing players separately, because Light said he felt bad that Neo.G_Soulkey didn't get an interview despite his spectacular game, but DES clearly interviewed him.
edit:: Light's interview