Posts Tagged ‘ 4-4-2 v 4-4-2 ’

Copenhagen 0-2 Chelsea: 4-4-2 v 4-4-2

February 23, 2011
Copenhagen 0-2 Chelsea: 4-4-2 v 4-4-2

Chelsea eased past a disappointing Copenhagen side with two goals from Nicolas Anelka.
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Villarreal 2-0 Atletico: Villarreal impress with technical quality and ruthless finishing

October 26, 2010
Villarreal 2-0 Atletico: Villarreal impress with technical quality and ruthless finishing

A 2-0 win that was both aesthetically impressive and quietly professional, as Villarreal move back up to second place.
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England 1-0 Slovenia: England more balanced and better in possession

June 23, 2010
England 1-0 Slovenia: England more balanced and better in possession

A much improved performance from England that sees them narrowly progress into the knockout stages of the competition. Slovenia looked to be through at full-time, but a late goal from Landon Donovan against Algeria sends them out.
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Posted in World Cup 2010 | 107 Comments »

England 1-1 USA: England poor in possession, US get wide players forward well

June 13, 2010
England 1-1 USA: England poor in possession, US get wide players forward well

England were the better side, but struggled to make their dominance count and came close to losing the game. The USA’s 4-2-2-2 shape caused problems and prevented England’s full-backs from getting into the game.
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Posted in World Cup 2010 | 123 Comments »

Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham: Spurs deservedly into the Champions League

May 5, 2010
Manchester City 0-1 Tottenham: Spurs deservedly into the Champions League

Tottenham emerged victorious from this Champions League playoff, primarily because they created more clear-cut chances. Peter Crouch’s winner was slightly fortunate, but it was no more than Spurs deserved.
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Posted in England | 45 Comments »