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Ligue 1 returned after the latest international break with an intriguing top-of-the-table clash between leaders Paris Saint-Germain and third-placed Monaco, who started the game three points behind them. After a thoroughly entertaining match, the gap between them widened as the defending champions’ superior individual quality seemed to prove decisive. Tactical analysis and match report by […]

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In a lopsided Bundesliga world, Borussia Mönchengladbach saves all their top performances against the Champions. Bayern Munich was not only fragmented in possession, but their openness down the left side cost them heavily as Adi Hütter’s team created consistent openings. Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker.  Gladbach’s marvellous form against Bayern has the essence […]

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Tweaks to the buildup shape and solid defensive organization helped RB Leipzig overwhelm Borussia Mönchengladbach in the first half, which set the stage for new manager Domenico Tedesco to claim victory on his debut. On the other hand, counterpart Adi Hütter may just feel his seat getting warmer, as Gladbach slumped to a third consecutive defeat […]

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Without Marco Reus and Erling Haaland, Borussia Dortmund still had enough quality to eke out a result against a struggling Borussia Mönchengladbach. However, losing Mahmoud Dahoud to go down to ten men was too much of a stumbling block, as Denis Zakaria’s strike struck a fatal blow to Dortmund and gave Adi Hütter’s team a […]

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A match between two aggressive, high pressing teams helmed by two Austrian coaches can reliably be counted to produce a classic, and that is what we got from this excellent Bundesliga encounter between Eintracht Frankfurt and Wolfsburg. With both coaches making minimal adjustments, this was a match decided largely by player quality, as well as […]

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The meeting of two of the Bundesliga’s most tactically interesting sides resulted in a draw, with similar ideas having a neutralizing effect in the absence of superior personnel. Eintracht Frankfurt’s uneven run continues with this draw, while Leipzig missed out on an opportunity to draw to within two points of league leaders Bayern Munich. Tactical […]

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