ESPZEN SS Blue 's Match Report
ESPZEN Blue played really well in this game. They created a lot of chances and on another day could have scored 4 or 5 goals. Rudy was excellent in defence winning the ball and passing to the midfielders to start attacks. Afeef was aggressive in his 1v1 duals to win the ball and make it difficult for the attackers. Elfiyan was always showing for the ball and linking the game well through the middle of the pitch.
DVJ scored two wonderful goals from distance. One area we could have improved to make it more difficult is our pressure around the edge of the box to stop them getting shots away. One of the other goals we conceded was passing into the middle losing the ball. We did the same thing over 10 times in the game which was very effective as having the ball in the middle gives us more options to create attacks as can play left or right from there. I will never limit the boys creativity as passing down the line or never in the middle is not something I will ever say to the boys as that’s what top teams do. We will learn the lessons from it which is adjusting our angle to receive in the middle so we have more space and scanning before the ball comes so we can play away from pressure with our first touch.
We lost the game today but we played great football from the back, which means we get more touches on the ball, we need to work on our positioning and movement to receive the ball, which will result in better technical player with a greater footballing intelligence.
I really love watching you guys play. Keep up the hard work & we’ll keep improving each game!
DVJ 's Match Report
*Espzen Blue (2) vs (4) DVJ*
DVJ boys started slow in this game giving away posession too esily despite taking the lead on the 7tn minute through Irham to take cintrol of the game. After getting the passes together, the boys manage to make great inter-passing play. With the resilience of the Espzen boys and creating themselves sone chances, with Didy at the back performing his very best to subdue all attacking threats from the opponents. In the end, DVJ boys manage tovtake all 3 points despite not being at their usual best. Well done boys!