Today I present my new tactical emulation and it is the FC Bayern of Flick.
Not possession 4-2-3-1
In the construction phase of the game, Flick's Bayern sides with a 2-4-3-1 starting point that sees Boateng and Alaba at the center of the defense. The two full backs, Pavard on the right and Alphonso Davies on the left, remain wide and very advanced (especially Davies) freeing up some space for Kimmich, who starts from a position as a midfielder of a two-man midfield and then goes down in the first line of construction to create numerical superiority from the very first possession.
Given the excellent technical skills of Boateng and Neuer, when the construction from below is prevented, direct play on Lewandoski is not disdained, excellent in aerial play and to keep possession alive, triggering the insertions of Muller and of the wings ready to attack the latter balls.
Once the first line of pressure has been overcome, the Bavarians' game preferably develops along the side chains, in particular the left one where A. Davies is skilled in gaining meters ball and chain or in combining with the bandmate. Gnabry and Coman are always well positioned inside the pitch to allow for passing lines that are useful for clearing the opposition of the midfielders and taking men away from the back line.
The finishing phase sees in Muller one of the key players of this Bayern Munich. The German is recognized for an out of the ordinary tactical intelligence which combined with the freedom granted to him by the Flick system allows the player to vary on the entire attack front, always being ready to attack the space granted between the opposing lines or to refine the Bavarian offensive once they reached the last 25 meters of the field. In fact, since the change in technical driving which took place in early November, there have been 12 seasonal assists for the '89 class.
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