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So there it is! A tactical review of Manchester City’s 2020-21 league winning campaign in the Premier League. Be sure to check out the full tactical review of each and every Premier League club in our Premier League Tactics 2020-21 Ebook! Thanks for reading and see you soon!
This week Brandon and Ethan count down some of the Bundesliga stars taking place at the Euros so far, including Czech Republic’s Patrik Schick, and Netherlands’ Wout Weghorst! The lads then head off to some of this week’s transfer news, including speculation over a potential Leipzig swoop for Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer, AC Milan’s interest in Breel Embolo and Dortmund’s interest in Dutch forward Donyell Malen. Follow the show via the links below!
ttacking goal looked to spell doom for the home team. But the German machines had other plans, as Portugal’s goal only sparked new life in reinvigorating them. From then on they went all out on the attack, and this time with more intension and nerve-wracking intensity. It was a display which every German will be proud of, and now with both sides having their sights set on their final group fixtures, we bring you four things to note from this encounter.
Portugal will be looking to book their spot in the knockout round of the UEFA European Championship with a game to spare when they take on Germany in Munich on Saturday evening.
Euro 2020 had a bit of everything. Goals, drama, despair, cards and one of the most harrowing experiences we’ve ever witnessed on a football pitch. It was that crazy, and we’ve just gotten started. After months without fans in stadiums, the crowds are back in full volume. The chanting, the boos, the cheers have all returned, and so too has football as we know it.
After their dominant display against Turkey in the tournament opener, many were probably left wondering if Italy are really that good, or if Turkey were being rated a bit too highly. Turkey were definitely disappointing against the Italians, but after another high-quality showing against a Swiss side that is typically hard to beat, Italy are now earning more praise as serious contenders for the 2020 Euros.
Rhys is joined by a brand new set of panelists to discuss the events from the Euros between June 14th and 16th, including Italy’s dominance at the tournament so far, France’s commanding victory over Germany, Ronaldo’s record breaking goal haul and much, much more. Follow @futbolmasterminds on Instagram to see more of the show and subscribe via Itunes and Spotify!
In a match full of energy and fire, one that felt almost like a semi-final, France came out on top with relative ease over a fruitless Germany team. Didier Deschamps men secured a 1-0 victory at the unfortunate hands (or feet) of Mats Hummels banging the ball into the back of his own net, allowing the world champions to jump up into second in the group. Here is our tactical analysis of the match!
In what appeared to be a game that kept every sport loving fan at the edge of their seat, the 3 nil scoreline definitely does not tell the whole story of the game. It was a game that begged for a moment of brilliance, and it took Borussia Dortmund’s left back Raphael Guerrero latching on to a deflected cross from Rafa Silva, for the flood gates of goals to open. With Portugal now having one foot in the knockout phase, we bring you five things to note from the encounter.
Portugal will be looking to win their second European Championship in succession this summer, and Fernando Santos’ side open their Euro 2020 campaign with a clash against Hungary at the Ferenc Puskas Arena in Budapest. In what is definitely a crucial tie for both sides due to the nature of the group they have found themselves in, both sides will be determined to make a strong start come Tuesday.
The Euros have officially kicked off! This week the Futbol Masterminds break down everything going on in the Euros so far, with a special look at the first seven matches of the tournament taking place between June 11th and June 13th. Follow @futbolmasterminds on Instagram to see more of the show and subscribe via Itunes and Spotify!