Desperate Passmap Amid Isolated Sonke Duo 1-6 Disaster

Desperate Passmap Amid Isolated Sonke Duo 1-6 Disaster


It’s an incredible pass map. Pass distribution itself was not possible to the attackers.

Tottenham lost 1-6 to Newcastle United in the 32nd round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season at St. James Park in Newcastle, England, at 10 p.m. on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time). As a result, Tottenham remained in fifth place with 16 wins, 5 draws and 11 losses (53 points).

It was an important match against Newcastle, which is competing for fourth place, and Tottenham’s acting coach Christian Stellini came out with a challenging formation. I took out the 4-3-3 without using the existing 3-4-3. He added Pape Sar to the midfield and left center backs to Eric Dyer and Christian Romero.

It was the worst trick ever. Tottenham suffered a record-breaking disaster by giving up five runs in the 21st minute of the first half. Unlike the existing format, the line itself was sloppy, and loopholes continued to occur, especially in defense. When it didn’t become basic, it crumbled down.

Five runs in 21 minutes is the second fastest time in EPL history, only 18 minutes after Manchester City vs Watford in September 2019. It’s a humiliating record.

The problem is not just defense. The ball didn’t turn. Looking at the pass route released by “Markstats” from the 23rd minute of the first half to the 3rd minute of the second half, there was little route itself. It was very monotonous, and in particular, it was not even delivered to the strikers Son Heung-min, Harry Kane, and Dejan Kuluchepski. I couldn’t respond to the attack at all

It is noteworthy that it starts from ’23 minutes in the first half’. Acting coach Stellini eventually admitted to a tactical defeat and changed to the existing 3-4-3 formation in the 23rd minute of the first half by removing Sar and putting in Davinson Sanchez. And yet nothing has changed. Overwhelmed by Newcastle, he was eaten up 사설토토모음

On the other hand, Newcastle’s pass map was organic and active. All players were involved in the management of the game, focusing on Bruno Guimarangis. It was very comparable to Tottenham. On a full-time basis, Newcastle had 516 passes and Tottenham had 401 passes, and Newcastle had 86% and Tottenham had 79% of passes.

Tottenham scored Kane’s comeback goal in the 4th minute of the second half, but gave Callum Wilson an additional run in the 22nd minute of the second half and knelt 1-6. The game’s contents and results were all the worst

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