Aiming to win the ball high in your own half then have the options through overlaps and onrushing midfielders to capitalise and create opportunities.
Then by having a player in the advanced forward role, there is also the alternative of a long more direct ball into the channels.
Typically the aim is to score within 3 or 4 passes - that's why the passing is slightly more direct with a high tempo and overlaps.
In transition it's all about counter attack but no counter pressing - focusing on regrouping into the block to be patient and break quickly when it is won.
Expect:- Assists for Wingbacks
- Goal opportunities for the Mezzala
- Quick breaks
- Low Possession
Having used this in Chelsea Save I played like this:
The players in Mezzala and AM can usually interchange a bit for squad flexibility.
Stats for the season looked a bit like this:
Havertz - 14 Goals 3 Assists
Zaniolo - 10 Goals 7 Assists
Mount - 8 Goals 4 Assists
Abraham - 25 Goals
Emerson - 11 Assists
Azpilicueta - 4 Assists
Kovacic in the Regista 7 Assists and Average Rating of 7.17
Kovacic in Regista is a key position to get the right player in because of distribution instructions are set specifically to find the player in this role.
My first season playing through I finished a freakish second undefeated:
It's worth looking at some set pieces to compliment this if you're getting a fair few draws.
But generally it should get you two types of goals:
1 - Quick breaks using the wing backs
Or 2 - Snappy interplay to create chances:
I've posted an even more in depth look in my blog PrietoFm Blog