On ESPN F90 The Argentine National Team’s tie against Chile in the Copa América debut was analyzed and there was debate about the task of Lionel scaloni, both in the approach to the game and in the changes made during it. In addition, in the program of Chicken Vignolo there was talk about the last attempts of Lionel Messi to win a title with the Albiceleste.
In the classic editorial with which he begins his program, the host spoke about the “nerves” of the coach of the national team and put it as a limitation that prevents him from showing his best version. El Pollo considered it important that once again they had tied a match that had started winning, something that happened on the last double date for South American Qualifiers.
Then it was time to talk about the changes. First with a review of how he applied them in the last matches and then more specifically on who entered the Copa América debut and at what point in the game. Some considered that he usually repeats “position by position” and there was talk about the lack of minutes for Papu Gómez, who could give some kind of solution from the bank.
Sebastian Dominguez He put under the magnifying glass the play that ended in the penalty for Chile and went beyond the simple fault of Nicolás Otamendi to show with a great analysis how the error was in the way the team pressed a few seconds before. The former Velez stated the importance of group action to reduce spaces and how an individual mismatch can complicate the defense, even if it happens far from one’s own goal.
Regarding the closing, Marcelo Sottile raised a slightly more risque debate: Is it a problem that “the last bullets” of Lionel Messi in the Argentine National Team coincide with Lionel Scaloni’s first experiences as a coach? For some members of FÚTBOL 90 it is a pity that DT has little experience, although others valued the search for ex-Deportivo La Coruña.