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It was a busy Monday night for Vale’s Esport team as they played four games in a row, two of which were in the European Cup Quarter Finals.
The night started brilliantly for the Valiants. A comfortable 3-1 win over Strenua FC in the Premier Cup looked to set the mood for the rest of the evening.
In a highly anticipated clash, Port Vale Esports battled to a 2-2 draw against GGG Esport despite losing a man in the opening ten minutes due to connection issues.
Vale came off the back of a disappointing draw against bottom of the league side Belgian warriors on Tuesday night, and they came out looking for an improved performance.