Match Summary

Fiorentina Inter
Strengths
Created a high number of chances relative to their possession
Stole the ball often from the opposition
Were effective at creating goalscoring opportunities through individual skill
Were effective at creating goalscoring opportunities from long shot situations
Were effective at creating goalscoring opportunities from through balls
Were effective at creating goalscoring opportunities from long shot situations
Were effective at creating goalscoring opportunities from the flanks
Were strong at finishing
Weaknesses
(Team showed no significant weaknesses)
Were aggressive
Gave away a lot of free-kicks around the box
Commited a high number of individual errors
Styles
Had a large quantity of possession in their opponent's half
Favoured long shots
Attacked down the left side
Attacked through the middle
Dominated possession
Favoured short passing
Favoured short passing
Favoured through balls

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Comments (5)

 
  • @anatoly13: Good points I'm not sure why you are downvoted but I thought it was more a 4-3-3. From left to right: Pasqual, Savic, Rodriguez, Tomovic; Borja Valero, Pizarro, Aquilani; Ljajic, Jovetic, Cuadrado. I think the only difference is that I would classify Cuadrado as a right winger as he pushes forward so frequently on the right whereas Tomovic was staying back and covering for him.

  • WHat the fuck.. we need the special one again

  • The tactical formation of Fiore is incorrect in this translation. They rather play 4-4-2. In the middle Cuardado stays wide right, Pizarro is DM, Valero and Aquilani play box to box, when Aquilani is more prone to play for attack. Ljajic plays second striker from the depth of the left wind and Jovetic is deep-slayed centre forward.

  • Fiorentina to r@pe Inter 2-0

  • Ole4X... INTERRR..INTERRR..