Posts Tagged ‘ 4-4-2 v 4-3-3 ’

Arsenal 5-2 Tottenham: Villas-Boas goes for two strikers, but loses Adebayor early on

November 17, 2012
Arsenal 5-2 Tottenham: Villas-Boas goes for two strikers, but loses Adebayor early on

For the third consecutive season, this fixture saw plenty of goals and featured an impressive comeback. With Wojciech Szszesny back in goal, Arsene Wenger played his expected side – Theo Walcott was fielded on the right, while Thomas Vermaelen continued at left-back. Andre Villas-Boas was without Steven Caulker, so shifted Jan Vetonghen into the middle and...
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Arsenal 5-2 Tottenham: Arsenal complete an amazing comeback

February 26, 2012
Arsenal 5-2 Tottenham: Arsenal complete an amazing comeback

Tottenham went 2-0 up but then lost their shape completely and conceded five.
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Turkey 0-3 Croatia: Bilic shows how to play a 4-4-2 against a 4-3-3

November 12, 2011
Turkey 0-3 Croatia: Bilic shows how to play a 4-4-2 against a 4-3-3

A superb display from Croatia put them in a commanding position going into Tuesday’s second leg.
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Australia 6-0 Uzbekistan: Australian counter-attacking tears apart terrible Uzbekistan defence

January 26, 2011

Australia were excellent early on, before a crazy second half saw Uzbekistan collapse completely.
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Liverpool 2-0 Chelsea: Torres strikes and positional discipline see Liverpool through

November 7, 2010
Liverpool 2-0 Chelsea: Torres strikes and positional discipline see Liverpool through

Two excellent first-half goals from Fernando Torres secured Liverpool’s best result under Roy Hodgson.
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