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How Ancelotti's counterattacking system is working perfectly for him

Pep Guardiola and Xavi Hernández are two coaches cut from the same football. Both have a desire for possession in which their control of the ball's opponent brings into his knees, but both were defeated by Carlo Ancelotti's rule.

In April 2014, Guardiola from Ancelotti went to the sword, as his genuine team of Madrid exploded the counterattack by the debris of Bayern Munich, both in the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and the Allianz Arena. Real Madrid Hit Bayern Munich in the semi-finals of the Champions League thanks to its opposition.

With Xabi Alonso and Luka-Modric, who works as a back, Angel di Maria, Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo, especially in the 4-0 victory in Munich.

Guardiola was later criticized in the German press because he could not stop anything that had been predicted in advance. In Ancelotti's football philosophy, there is no difficulty that his teams play only in a way as the Italian dear to modify his players to modify his style and interpret various situations in a game.

An organized tactic

for Ancelotti, the counterattack is a weapon that has been used wherever you have gone, and he could be the Spanish Italian coach who exists. In addition, Ancelotti also underlines the meaning of the team, which feels tactically and feels mentally with the idea.

And that was something that stood out, as real Madrid took him like a duck to the water when he won the tithe. If you observe the objectives against Barcelona, it is clear that a plan has been established to exploit the counterattack.

And in Real Madrid, Vinicius blooms in their surroundings, one in the Family Asensio form is ideal for tactics, and Benzema is good enough to be effective in any system.

Maybe that explains why Ancelotti's Real Madrid has expired the first six pages of Santander Laliga but has problems with smaller teams such as Osasuna, Cádiz and Levante.

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