Monday Mar 27, 2023

Conte’s 3 ‘tactical failures’

 Tottenham Hotspur lost to AC Milan in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16.

British press The Express pointed out that Tottenham boss Antonio Conte made three strategic mistakes.

Tottenham lost 0-1 to AC Milan in the first leg of the round of 16 of the 2022-2023 UEFA Champions League held in San Siro, Milan, Italy on the 15th (Korean time).

The Express pinched Conte’s mercenary skills. He also criticized the lack of tactical flexibility.

The Express first took issue with the choice to leave Richarlison and Pedro Poro on the bench. The combined ransom of the two recruits this season is 100 million pounds (Richallisong 60 million pounds, POW 40 million pounds).

Express said, ‘Instead of Richarlison and POW, Dejan Klusevski and Emerson Royal took the right line. Unsurprisingly, it was most dangerous when AC Milan attacked down the right side. Emerson and Klusepski struggled to block Theo Hernandez. Ultimately, the disregard for the £100m duo has left Tottenham fans bewildered.’ 메이저놀이터

Here is my insistence on the 3-4-3 formation.

Express said, “When 3-4-3 works well, it’s hard to block.” However, AC Milan are tactically flexible and adept at 4-3-3. “Conte’s football has proven to be banal and predictable at times.”

Express said, ‘Harry Kane and Son Heung-min must be released. These two were overwhelmed by the AC Milan defenders. There was no space in the final third. Conte made no attempt to solve the problem by switching to a 4-3-3 or 4-4-2. Sticking to the formation, Klusepski was replaced by Richarlison, and Son Heung-mi was replaced by Arnaut Danjuma. A simple manpower change did not affect the game,’ he said.

Finally, he aimed at defender Clement Lenglet.

The Express said, ‘Langley has some concerns. It was often seen watching the empty space. “Even with the alternatives Ben Davies and Davinson Sanchez, he hasn’t learned his lesson,” Conte questioned.

Meanwhile, the second leg will be held at Tottenham’s home at 5:00 am on March 9th.


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