Tactical analysis of the Manchester derby, Man United 2-0 Man City.

Solshire knows where Pip's shoulder is eaten.

Solshire relied on his preferred plan when facing the big teams, starting at 5-2-1-2 with James and Marcial in attack and under them Fernando. The Solshire plan turns into a 3-4-1-2 in possession situations that extended for short periods of time in the game. Guardiola entered 4-3-3 and Foden was a classic winger playing on the right side of City.



The highlight of Solshire is that it improves the use of rebounds in tough matches against teams that can't take possession against them. Therefore, there are no solutions but to secure the defense and then the rapid transformation. Ollie's use of that technique was the offensive elements of James and Marsel's ball speeds and without it, and the presence of a smart and fast playmaker in rebounds. Both strikers are positioned as wings before climbing into the midfield at half-time at City Stadium. Thus, it was the field stretching process that facilitated the construction of the attack.

In his defensive way always looking to the dictates of all his players behind the ball, so that he does not provide the offensive line or the center to press the defense of City in their defense third, but prefers the presence of the team as a block in the defensive situation low block, where the offensive ports are closed at The City which are moves between the lines and close halves  Spaces half spaces in front of Phil Foden or Bernardo. Shaw and Lindelof were therefore present in those areas to ensure that no one would rise or move.

The red devils' double axis had a very difficult task today against a strong midfield and difficult to face, namely blocking the vertical balls exchanged between the midfield and the attack at City, so Matic and Farid were in constant motion in search of bridging the gaps and corridors between City players in the depth of midfield and defence. Thus, most of City's attacks shifted from depth to the sides, resulting in City losing some of their offensive power, which is moves from the rear.

Pep didn't find much of a solution to break through the strong defensive block in City's defense. But sterling's individual solutions and Mahrez's were some what risked United's defence. Even when he introduced Jesús in place of Aguero, the Brazilian also did not find the gaps to move in and exploit his skills and concentrations among united defence players.

Solshire succeeded in doing what was required of him, first defensive insurance and then the perfect execution of the quick and direct shifts towards Ederson's goal. With that win, Solshire beat Pepe for the first time back and forth, a very good figure in the Solshire era and with the elements currently with the Reds.
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