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An exhausting game pitted defense against attack as Eintracht Frankfurt’s plan was predicated almost entirely on Leipzig’s manoeuvres in possession. Though this seemed to pay dividends with the home side taking the lead just before half time, Julian Nagelsmann’s second half adjustments saw Leipzig storm back into the contest. However, even these changes weren’t enough […]

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Though the Bulls raised him, loanee Hannes Wolf delivered a first Bundesliga defeat to his parent club, in a game that was unusually dim considering what we have come to expect from these teams. The change of shape for Leipzig banished their efficient positional play, into a regressive buildup structure, whilst Borussia Mönchengladbach had passing […]

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Leipzig largely dominated the territory in this game, with and without the ball. However, United’s compact defensive shape made it difficult for them to make breakthroughs, and United were clinical at the other end of the pitch in transition situations. Julian Nagelsmann made adjustments after going behind in the first half which increased his teams’ […]

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Leipzig’s tactical adaptability, in and out of possession, was fundamental to a truly dominant display, and with better finishing or slightly more suitable profiles in attacking positions the scoreline could have looked a whole lot worse for the visitors. Tactical analysis and match report by Peter Munnelly. Leipzig are on a roll. They entered today’s match […]

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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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The absence of Timo Werner proved to be no problem for Julian Nagelsmann’s outfit – their ball dominance and outright control over Atlético Madrid eventually rewarded them with the goals needed to get into the semi-finals. Tactical analysis and match report by Peter Munnelly. If a month’s gap felt like a long time for Atléti to […]

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Replicant setups might have placed the two sides on level playing fields, but it was the gap in the quality of execution that separated the two, both offensively and defensively. The minutiae of Dortmund’s mechanisms unraveled an attacking Leipzig outfit that was unusually limp.  Tactical analysis and match report by Peter Munnelly. Following another desperately disappointing […]

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