Euro 2016 – Wales still dream: Match notes

In the meaum 12th game, Radja Nainggolan settled the ball in his right boot and dropped a superb shoe wayne Hennessey could do. The so-called AS Player Roma was pinning to a match start in which Belgium had re-shown its vertical and offensive

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and in which, almost incomprehensibly, he had squandered a triple occasion in which neither Carrasco nor Meunier nor Hazard were able to send the ball to the bottom of the net.

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Achieving the goal of the score, and when the match demanded a second blow to leave the opponent against the canvas, the red devils opted for contemplation. They gave the ball to Wales and positioned themselves in their field with the idea of simply defending the loot they had won. Chris Coleman’s thanks for the gesture and, far from being victims of anxiety, devoted themselves to moving the ball from side to side in search of a hole through which to pierce the opposing defense.

His tracking bore fruit quickly. The pair protecting Belgium’s left side, made up of the now unpublished Jason Denayer and Jordan Lukaku, crumbled with each ball in depth and allowed any player who ventured through that area to reach the area with great ease. From one of the many moves that the British braided about that plot came the corner where the tie was forged, added by Ashley Williams’s superb headbutt.

The Belgians wanted to react behind the tables, but Wales, who had already taken the key, refused to take a step back. Gareth Bale was able to score 2-1 by bringing the colors back out of the overflowing Denayer, but Thibaut Courtois was agile and confident to deflect his cross-shot. Likewise, Williams was able to get a return from the defensive passivity to the edge of rest, but this time his headbutt went high.

Belgium bleeds from the right

Marc Wilmots, a technician who is often accused of being passive, reacted after the break by removing the almost defunct Carrasco from the field to give entry to Marouane Fellaini. Their goal was to improve the consistency of the spinalr and prevent both Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen from moving the ball as they pleased. In that sense, it did notice improvement belgium, but because it did not contain the left-handed gap, the problems were not solved.

In fact, the second goal was born from the inability of the sorry Lukaku-Denayer couple to solve their defensive work. Ramsey dropped a ball with subtlety near the corner, pulled the area out, and there Robson Kanu, without too much effort, turned on himself to sit the opponent’s back and beat Courtois with a good shot.

Although he had more than half an hour to turn the clash around, the Belgian draw managed almost or unsettled the rival goal. Both Hazard and De Bruyne moved too far from the area and Lukaku had no news until Wilmots sent him to the bench. As expected on such a stage, Wales hunted one against and killed the match. It was done by the newly entered Sam Vokes, who finished to the door a center sent from, of course, right by Gunter.

With this resounding and deserved 3-1, the draw of the islands gets into the semi-finals of the Euro. Portugal awaits there. Logic invites you to think of a Bale-Cristiano Ronaldo duel, but after we saw it today, it is clear that Coleman’s are much more than a simple individuality. They are a team with capital letters, a selection as intense as they are intelligent that knows how to take advantage of the weak points of their opponent. Wales’s dream is still alive.

The drafting notes for Players in Wales:

The drafting notes for players in Belgium:

The Man of the Party – Ashley Williams:

It was The one in Wales that was the victory of an entire team. Gareth Bale was expected to pull the tank once again, but it was other players who, with Cardiff’s performing at a slightly lower level than on other occasions, took the reins. While Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen and Hal Robson Kanu might stand out, perhaps it was Ashley Williams who signed a fuller clash.

Swansea City’s headquarters served as captain and, in addition to leading his defense and aplombing all the opponent’s dangerous actions, demonstrated a superb air power that helped him score the much that entailed the tie of his own and the beginning of a beautiful comeback.