[Serie A] JUVENTUS 2-1 Bologna [October 19th, 2019] (1 Viewer)

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Kyle

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Sep 4, 2006
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#23
in feeling the fever. Can't wait to bet on this im thinking juve to win, over 2.5 goals, goals scored in both halves.

might also bet on Dybs to score
 

Dino_mk

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Sep 5, 2007
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#27
Bologna are actually better than their results show..
In fact inter are worse than their results show, but that didn't stop some members here praising and lifting them to the stars.

Not giving a respect to teams like Bologna especially after the international break is main reason why there be many surprised people with crying posts if the game doesn't work our way.
 
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Juve_fanatic

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Apr 5, 2006
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#28
In fact inter are worse than their results show, but that didn't stop some members here praising and lifting them to the stars.

Not giving a respect to teams like Bologna especially after the international break is main reason why there be many surprised people with crying posts if the game doesn't work our way.
Dino, ti si be?
 

pavluska

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Apr 25, 2013
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#30
Wouldve drawn in 2nd and 3rd games without ref help.

Started looking good afterwards when de vrij, godin, Barella, Sanchez started featuring in XI and fitness levels improved further.

Their level drops when they're missing a couple of starters, and that'll happen often during the course of the season esp while they're in CL and anytime they're unlucky with injuries.
 

Kopanja

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#31
Wouldve drawn in 2nd and 3rd games without ref help.

Started looking good afterwards when de vrij, godin, Barella, Sanchez started featuring in XI and fitness levels improved further.

Their level drops when they're missing a couple of starters, and that'll happen often during the course of the season esp while they're in CL and anytime they're unlucky with injuries.
So "inter are NOT worse than their results show", right?
 

rainhard

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May 5, 2004
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#32
I think we can overcome Bologna, they always play with extra motivation but we are more superior. If we can improve our finishing part then Sarriball will gain more solidity, proven by our result

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Pegi

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Feb 22, 2019
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#33
I think we can overcome Bologna, they always play with extra motivation but we are more superior. If we can improve our finishing part then Sarriball will gain more solidity, proven by our result

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I don't think we can.
 
Mar 3, 2014
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#36
Not sure where to put this because let’s be honest - the tactics thread is a ghost town. Maybe we should add an analytics thread because stuff like this is cool:

Anyways
https://tacticsplatform.com/pass-network-serie-a-2019-20/
“Highlighted edge = most over-represented connection per team”
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It says 4-3-3 so we will assume this is pre 4-3-1-2

Conclusions -
-so basically preferred passing partner of each player:
1)Woj: nobody
2)de Ligt: Higuain
3)Bonucci: Higuain
4)Sandro: Pjanic/Matuidi,maybe: Ronaldo...can’t tell because path is blocked by Matuidi dot.
5)Danilo/MdS: Pjanic
6)Pjanic: Ronaldo, Sandro, Danilo/MdS
7)Khedira: nobody lol
8)Matuidi: Ronaldo, Sandro
9)Ronaldo: Matuidi, Pjanic, Higuain, Costa/Bernardeschi, maybe: Sandro...can’t tell due to player dot
10) Higuain: Ronaldo, de Ligt, Bonucci
11) Costa/Bernardeschi: Ronaldo

Sidenote:
other interesting charts were Brescia & SPAL:. Brescia moves the ball almost completely through the right side. SPAL must have the narrowest 3-5-2 of all time.



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Kyle

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Sep 4, 2006
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#38
Not sure where to put this because let’s be honest - the tactics thread is a ghost town. Maybe we should add an analytics thread because stuff like this is cool:

Anyways
https://tacticsplatform.com/pass-network-serie-a-2019-20/
“Highlighted edge = most over-represented connection per team”
14cc233f10b67b9128e060cd3494d055.jpg



It says 4-3-3 so we will assume this is pre 4-3-1-2

Conclusions -
-so basically preferred passing partner of each player:
1)Woj: nobody
2)de Ligt: Higuain
3)Bonucci: Higuain
4)Sandro: Pjanic/Matuidi,maybe: Ronaldo...can’t tell because path is blocked by Matuidi dot.
5)Danilo/MdS: Pjanic
6)Pjanic: Ronaldo, Sandro, Danilo/MdS
7)Khedira: nobody lol
8)Matuidi: Ronaldo, Sandro
9)Ronaldo: Matuidi, Pjanic, Higuain, Costa/Bernardeschi, maybe: Sandro...can’t tell due to player dot
10) Higuain: Ronaldo, de Ligt, Bonucci
11) Costa/Bernardeschi: Ronaldo

Sidenote:
other interesting charts were Brescia & SPAL:. Brescia moves the ball almost completely through the right side. SPAL must have the narrowest 3-5-2 of all time.



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tactical brilliance from sami once again. the opposition cant stop what they cant anticipate.
 

Gigiventus

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Mar 3, 2017
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#40
That passing diagram highlights what's great about 9 of our players, and what's bad about the other 2.

Our two mezzale cannot be this isolated in terms of passing partners. They aren't as integrated into the team's build up as the other players and they are the midfielders!

Pjanic is like a single parent in that midfield, doing it all.
 

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