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Portugal Offensive Transition Report - Euro 2016

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Portugal Offensive Transition Report - Euro 2016

  1. 1. UEFA Euro 2016 France Powered By PORTUGAL OFFENSIVE TRANSITION REPORT UEFA EURO 2016 - FRANCE QUARTER-FINALS
  2. 2. UEFA Euro 2016 France Powered By WWW.VIDEOBSERVER.COMANALYSIS BY MAURO SARAIVA vs Poland INITIAL SYSTEM 1-4-4-2 23 10 14 13 08 20 16 Renato Sanches Midfielder MVP 04 19 21 03 1610 07 14 23 11 1 Tactical System
  3. 3. UEFA Euro 2016 France Powered By WWW.VIDEOBSERVER.COMANALYSIS BY MAURO SARAIVA 1st Phase of Construction Dynamics When Portugal recovered the ball they started changing the pace of their game. Increasing the pace specially with Renato Sanches, could cause more trouble to Poland. When they started the transition, the ball entered in the middle, preferentially. That created space, because Ronaldo and Nani were trying the external diagonals. Portugal opts to circulate the ball through passes, until the space is created, then preferentially they conduct the ball to the key pass.
  4. 4. UEFA Euro 2016 France Powered By WWW.VIDEOBSERVER.COMANALYSIS BY MAURO SARAIVA 2nd Phase of Construction Dynamics The midfielders and the back-wingers are dynamic, showing up in the back of the man in the ball for the cross in the line. This dynamics occurs due to the need of creating at least 2 passing lines. João Mário risks more in this kind of movement than Renato Sanches, due to the fact that he plays closer to William Carvalho who is the most defensive player in Portugal midfield. Adrien and Renato Sanches often compensate each other, and alternate between them. When João Mário left the field, Renato played on the left. The entrance of João Moutinho, who played in front of William (and later, Danilo), set free Quaresma, Nani and Renato to create advantage in the lines. Ronaldo ended up the game playing as Striker, fixed between the center backs of Poland.
  5. 5. UEFA Euro 2016 France Powered By WWW.VIDEOBSERVER.COMANALYSIS BY MAURO SARAIVA Creation Dynamics Opting to create space in the line for the cross, Portugal had two problems: First, this situation benefit for one of Poland’s strenghts – aerial duels. Second, if Nani or Ronaldo opened in the wing to create a crossing situation, the danger area was empty. On the other hand, when Portugal explored the space between the defenders and searched for the through pass, this created several good situations. Ronaldo was really ineffective, otherwise Portugal probably would have won before the penalties.
  6. 6. UEFA Euro 2016 France Powered By WWW.VIDEOBSERVER.COMANALYSIS BY MAURO SARAIVA Shots Dynamics Ronaldo was the biggest shooter on the team with 5 shots, all of them inside the box. This doesn´t mean he played poorly. Ronaldo worked a lot to create spaces in the line for Eliseu or one of the midfielders, and Nani benefited a lot from Ronaldo’s team work. Portugal varied between long and short shots, but revealed a preference for the left side for tow reasons – Eliseu was playing more offensively than Cédric, and Ronaldo was searching for this space more often.
  7. 7. UEFA Euro 2016 France Powered By WWW.VIDEOBSERVER.COMANALYSIS BY MAURO SARAIVA The Goals Dynamics The goal starts with a foul taken really quickly, with Renato on the opposite side with space to progress. Nani, cleverly searches the space between the lines of Poland, who was caught unbalanced. The direct combination between Nani, making a brilliant heel pass for the assist, and Renato Sanches, resulted in the equalyzer shot with Renato´s weaker foot. Ronaldo kept away from the play with 2 defenders marking him, which resulted in more space for Nani and Renato to combine on the left side.
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