Tag: Peter Bosz

In a game of hectic attacks, organized transitions and questionable defending, Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Mönchengladbach provided vintage Bundesliga action. Although the hosts outplayed their North-Rhine counterparts, it was Gladbach that would be made to rue missed opportunities, created on the counterattack.  Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker. Back in May, both Leverkusen and […]

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Nagelsmann tactics leipzig

A fast-paced affair at the BayArena ended in a draw as neither side was able to create a lot of chances. Julian Nagelsmann’s touchline theatrics laid bare his frustrations, as Leipzig’s lack of offensive prowess threatened to cast a pall on the manager’s sophomore season. Tactical analysis and match report by Manasvin Andra.  With both […]

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Peter Bosz’ pre-match gamble proved to be unrealistic as Antonio Conte outdid his Dutch counterpart tactically with the help of stunning performances by Romelu Lukaku and Nicolò Barella. Inter, once again, could not convert many of their chances, which prevented them from sealing the match at any point earlier than the final whistle, although they […]

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Tactical analysis Bayer Leverkusen Bayern Munich 2-4 DFB-pokal

A dominant first half display helped Bayern Munich seize the advantage, but second half changes from Peter Bosz saw Bayer Leverkusen pose serious problems for the champions. However, Leverkusen were unable to press their advantage, as poor finishing saw them concede the DFB-Pokal in a game that should have been a more even contest. Tactical […]

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Leverkusen faded after a bright start, as Krzysztof Piątek put in a superb showing to snap Hertha Berlin’s three-game losing streak and secure the win on the season’s penultimate match day.  Tactical analysis and match report by Manasvin Andra.  With Champions League football hanging in the balance, this was a gameLeverkusen absolutely needed to win. […]

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Bold second half changes and structural adjustments were crucial to Leverkusen’s late comeback; Schalke suffered more misery and Leverkusen pushed ahead of their rivals for the Champions League spots. Tactical analysis and match report by Peter Munnelly. David Wagner’s Schalke are, to put it lightly, out of form. Their last league win came midst of January, […]

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