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Getafe’s vertical and high-rhythm football took Inter by storm in the first twenty minutes, but it was not enough to give them a goal. Antonio Conte returned to his favorite 3-5-2 formation and saw a balanced Inter take advantage of their quality through some great buildup combinations. Tactical analysis and match report by Thanos Chelas. Inter’s […]

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Tactical analysis Real Madrid Getafe 1-0 LaLiga

Relentless and organized pressing was at the heart of this cagey affair, where the teams could only be separated by a spot kick. José Bordalás’ high-pressing machine put their bodies on the line to disrupt Zinédine Zidane’s side’s buildup, but waning intensity would inevitably lead to enough costly holes to result in heartbreak. Tactical analysis […]

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Getafe’s clash with Real Sociedad offered two teams vying for Champions League football the chance to rediscover their rhythm. The hosts grabbed the opportunity, strangling Sociedad with their aggression and intensity in the first half. Though the visitors battled their way back into the contest, Jaime Mata’s timely intervention sealed a crucial result for Getafe […]

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For decades, the British isles have been thought of as the home of directness, long balls and the 4-4-2 formation. However, in 2020, teams in LaLiga seem to be using these tactics more than teams in the English Premier League.  Written by José Pérez. Spanish teams now implement 4-4-2 blocks and other formations with two […]

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Getafe’s encounter against Valencia was a crucial fixture for two sides harboring ambitions of playing Champions League football next season. However, what manifested was a domineering display from the hosts, whose superiority throughout the game was duly rewarded in the second half with three goals against lackluster opposition.  Tactical analysis by Emmanuel Adeyemi-Abere. Under the […]

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