A draw is no different from victory.
Manchester United earned a valuable draw at FC Barcelona’s home at Camp Nou. It is evaluated that the irregular tactics brought out by Manchester United coach Eric Tenhach worked perfectly. The fact that the target striker Boot Behorst, who usually played the role of a ‘telephone pole’, was lowered to the second line was effective.
The British media ‘Mirror’ said on the 17th (Korean time), ‘It was a tactical move that surprised Barcelona. “Barcelona was confused in the defense,” he analyzed. 토토사이트
Manchester United drew 2-2 in Barcelona War in the first leg of the 2022-2023 European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League playoffs held at Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain on this day.
The direction of the round of 16 tickets will be decided at Old Trafford at 5 am on the 24th. Man United has virtually achieved a best-case scenario just by not losing in enemy territory.
Coach Tenhach cleverly changed the formation. The attacking members were sent as they were, but changed their seats unexpectedly, confusing Barcelona.
Normally, Man United places Behorst at the top. The second line attacking midfielder, or playmaker, is Bruno Fernandes. On the left and right flanks are Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford.
The match against Barcelona was different. Rashford moved up to center forward. Sancho turned left and Fernandez turned right. As Behorst came down to the second line, the Barcelona defense was tangled.
The Mirror said: ‘Barcelona coach Xabi Hernández saw Rashford coming out on the left and made a plan. Manchester United’s change has caused confusion in Barcelona’s defense.
Tenhach expressed his satisfaction with Behorst’s transformation.
“It worked. Behorst played well in that position. He knew how to do it. Sancho and Fernández came into the half-space and got the ball and the full-backs came in and made changes. We had a lot of chances,” Tenhach said. praised the players.
He continued, “Excluding the first 15 minutes, we led the game. We dominated the opponent. We should have scored the first goal, but we didn’t. We gave the first goal, but we turned it over. The whole team did well.”