Martial’s Goal Similar to Milito’s Action in the 2010 Champions League Final

Martial’s Goal Similar to Milito’s Action in the 2010 Champions League Final

Single goal Anthony Martial in Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur, Saturday (28/10/2017), quite rare. There were only three touches before the Frenchman broke into the visitors’ goal.

Manchester United won 1-0 in the Premier League match at Old Trafford Stadium. The decisive moment occurred in the 81st minute.

The ball of David De Gea’s kicks reflected Romelu Lukaku so that presents free space for Martial. Do not want to linger, Martial who is not a left-handed player, forced himself to release a left foot shot into goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

In total, Manchester United made only three touches from De Gea’s kick up to Martial’s goal. That way is not the first time done by Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho.

When menukangi Inter Milan, Mourinho also demonstrate effective tactics in scoring goals. An example is the 2010 Champions League final, when Inter Milan won 2-0 over Bayern Munich.

Diego Milito’s first goal looks similar to Martial. The ball sent goalkeeper Julio Cesar to the Bayern defense area, then reflected Milito to Weshley Sneijeder.

The last name owner responded with a breakthrough pass to Milito who eventually scored. In total, there are six touches since Julio Cesar’s goal-kick.

Milito’s invasion also involves only three people, including the goalkeeper. The difference, Milito showed remarkable ball control despite being chased by several players.

As for Martial looks a bit awkward because kick off not with the strongest legs. In fact, Mourinho said, “Martial scored with a bad shot, but a bad kick can also be a wonderful goal.”

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