Tactical keys of Morocco-Spain: a review on impotence

Spain 1,000 passes It reappeared in the World Cup. But to say goodbye. He scored 1,019 points in 120 minutes of overtime against Morocco (926 hits, 91%), but was too predictable without the speed or resources to break through Morocco’s regular and offensive defences. Because the African team defended themselves not haphazardly, but with an intelligence that allowed them to exalt this exercise to the point of despair. Luis Enrique’s collapsed Spain because he couldn’t find the necessary space To celebrate a goal that made it to the quarterfinals of the World Cup. Even the facts are not clear.

1. Many balls, few shots

Spain collapsed. crashed because there was no offensive prudence. They crashed because they had possession of the ball (63%), but they didn’t have the resources to break Morocco’s excellent defensive framework. 14 shots were fired in 120 minutes. And only both of them are in the castle from Dani Olmo. Proof that they don’t have the strength to solve the match, both with set pieces moves.

2. Weightless interiors

Spain was built in the middle of the pitch. Busquets, Gavi and Pedri had to create games. However, it did not turn out as Luis Enrique expected., in addition, it had the ability to swap positions of interiors. Gavi’s aggression wasn’t enough. Pedri could not be effective in the game as he could not find the key to disband Morocco. Gavi started as a right-handed midfielder and Pedri on the left. Half an hour later they changed the bands. But it is not.

The game flowed far behind for the team, with too many lateral shifts between Rodri (right-handed centre-back) and Laporte (left-handed centre-back). However, they couldn’t play the ball with the required speed, and between the missed home and the ‘Busi’ jam, the Moroccan players are wasting it because they see that they can’t break that strong defense with their style.

3. Nonviable changes

At match time Luis Enrique wanted to shake up a team that had only hit the goal once. until that time. Dani Olmo’s lateral free kick (m. 54) was brilliantly denied by Moroccan goalkeeper Bono’s punches. The Asturian coach had bet 10 for Costa Rica on the innovation of right-back Marcos Llorente. It’s the third different in four World Cup matches after Azpilicueta and Carvajal. And therefore without the pure nine.

An hour later, however, Morata replaced Marco Asensio, and Carlos Soler replaced the tired Gavi. Pero Another shot at the end of regular time, again by Dani Olmo (m. 90 +4). Luis Enrique intervened and introduced Nico Williams, whose speed was effective. But with little efficiency.

More of the same thing happened in all three of his overtime changes (Ansu for Dani Olmo, Balde for Alba, and Sarabia for Nico Williams because the coach relied on his perfect shot on penalties, but then missed the first one) because he didn’t. They had the necessary purpose symbolized in the final act. Sarabia’s shot, repelled by Bono’s right post, is the start of a brutal and tragic penalty shootout that sent the team home.

4. Tragic punishments

Spain did not participate in the penalty shootout. When he couldn’t hit the resistance, he melted in Bono’s hand and registered that the goals that came out of his pocket against Costa Rica decreased dangerously in the next matches. Only one against Germany (Morata), only one against Japan (Morata again) and none in 120 minutes of the match and overtime against Morocco.

Every penalty kick was torture for Spain. The first one is finished in the article. The latter was repulsed by Bono’s hands. And the third too. Additionally, the top three football players (Sarabia, Carlos Soler and Busquets) were selected by Luis Enrique, who was convinced that they were the best experts. But all three were wrong.

Spain 1,000 passes It reappeared in the World Cup. But to say goodbye. He scored 1,019 points in 120 minutes of overtime against Morocco (926 hits, 91%), but could be overestimated without the speed or resources to break through Morocco’s regular and aggressive defences. Because the African team defended themselves not haphazardly, but with an intelligence that allowed them to exalt this exercise to the point of despair. Luis Enrique’s collapsed Spain because he couldn’t find the necessary space To celebrate a goal that made it to the quarterfinals of the World Cup. Even the facts are not clear.

1. Many balls, few shots

Spain collapsed. crashed because there was no offensive prudence. They crashed because they had possession of the ball (63%), but they didn’t have the resources to break Morocco’s excellent defensive framework. 14 shots were fired in 120 minutes. And only both of them are in the castle from Dani Olmo. Proof that they don’t have the strength to solve the match, both with set pieces moves.

2. Weightless interiors

Spain was built in the middle of the pitch. Busquets, Gavi and Pedri had to create games. However, it did not turn out as Luis Enrique expected., in addition, it had the ability to swap positions of interiors. Gavi’s aggression wasn’t enough. Pedri could not be effective in the game as he could not find the key to disband Morocco. Gavi started as a right-handed midfielder and Pedri on the left. Half an hour later they changed the bands. But it is not.

The game ran too late for the team, with too horizontal passes between Rodri (right-handed centre-back) and Laporte (left-handed centre-back). However, they couldn’t play the ball with the required speed, and between the missed home and the ‘Busi’ jam, the Moroccan players are wasting it because they see that they can’t break that strong defense with their style.

3. Nonviable changes

At match time Luis Enrique wanted to shake up a team that had only hit the goal once. until that time. Dani Olmo’s lateral free kick (m. 54) was brilliantly denied by Moroccan goalkeeper Bono’s punches. The Asturian coach had bet 10 for Costa Rica on the innovation of right-back Marcos Llorente. It’s the third different in four World Cup matches after Azpilicueta and Carvajal. And therefore without the pure nine.

An hour later, however, Morata replaced Marco Asensio, and Carlos Soler replaced the tired Gavi. Pero Another shot at the end of regular time, again by Dani Olmo (m. 90 +4). Luis Enrique intervened and introduced Nico Williams, whose speed was effective. But with little efficiency.

More of the same thing happened in all three of his overtime changes (Ansu for Dani Olmo, Balde for Alba, and Sarabia for Nico Williams because the coach relied on his perfect shot on penalties, but then missed the first one) because he didn’t. They had the necessary purpose symbolized in the final act. Sarabia’s shot, repelled by Bono’s right post, is the start of a brutal and tragic penalty shootout that sent the team home.

4. Tragic punishments

Spain did not participate in the penalty shootout. When he couldn’t hit the resistance, he melted in Bono’s hand and registered that the goals that came out of his pocket against Costa Rica decreased dangerously in the next matches. Only one against Germany (Morata), only one against Japan (Morata again) and none in 120 minutes of the match and overtime against Morocco.

Every penalty kick was torture for Spain. The first one is finished in the article. The latter was repulsed by Bono’s hands. And the third too. Additionally, the top three football players (Sarabia, Carlos Soler and Busquets) were selected by Luis Enrique, who was convinced that they were the best experts. But all three were wrong.

Source: Informacion

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