The second line points to the goal

first_imgThis Atlético had to carry for months with the label of being the least scorer in its history in league. It was until fifteen days ago, but the team has linked two good days to raise the average. And when things go wrong you look at the strikers, although the truth is that, except Correa, no rojiblanco is in its best figures. But now the second line has come up so that the goal is everyone’s business and Liverpool, Valencia and Villarreal have already suffered it.In those three games have seen goal Llorente, Thomas, Saul and Koke. There have been four different goals: from afar, with a stopped ball, on arrival from behind … The plan is to multiply the variants in attack beyond searching for the battering ram. For example Llorente’s, 0-1 to Valencia, was a goal of 9 area. The middle entered the area, picked up a dead ball and shot Jaume to make his first goal for rojiblanco. The other target of Mestalla was of Thomas with a kick from outside the area, facet in which lately it has been animated. After that 1-2, he tried from afar another four times in Valencia, three with Liverpool and two with Villarreal. Hitting is one of its strengths, although this year it has taken a while to release the cannon. His other two goals were culminating plays in the area.In Champions appeared a specialist in big appointments: Saul. Author of brilliant goals, his to Liverpool may not be remembered for aesthetic, but important. At 4 minutes he took advantage of a loose ball in a corner to make the 1-0 that gives the team an advantage to visit Anfield.Like Thomas and Saul, Koke also has three goals this season. In 2020 he marked Barça in the Super Cup and, last Sunday, Villarreal. Captain entered from behind and topped a center of Correa. A somewhat consequence of the rojiblanco domain, which allowed the media to stalk more. Thus, in three games it has been shown that the contribution of the second line is essential. Y In recent weeks, given the general shortage, it is appearing.last_img read more