The former Ogalo strategist predicts a close contest between the Three Lions and Azori as they face off in the final.
Steven Polick has revealed the key areas that will decide the Euro 2020 final between Italy and England on Saturday.
The Three Lions have made it to their first major final in 55 years after beating Denmark 2-1, while Italy have booked their place in the final, which was played at Villamelli. Time in the second semi-final match.
Former Gore Mahiya coach Polik has described the team that will take full control of midfield and have a solid defensive line that will take days.
What has been said?
“I’m confident the final will be won in midfield and solid defense,” Polick said. the aim. “The team that performs well in these areas will win the day.
He said that England would create problems in Italy with the attacking players and runs would be scored with the help of Leonardo at the speed of the attackers. [Bonucci] And Giorgio [Chiellini]But, it’s not easy, because they are very experienced and good defenders.
“England have to be patient and focused because Italy is a well-organized team and dangerous for counter-attacks but they also have a good press game.”
Pollock said which team he would take the day on, during the tournament, Italy made a good start but declined a bit in the last two games, so I am sure England will win but especially with strategy. This will be a very close game.
Will the trophy come home?
“It will be a very tough game. Both teams have been very strong defensively throughout the tournament.
If we look at the statistics, Italy has 11 and two goals compared to it and it averages 63.2% while England has an average of 10.5 and 53.5% against one.
“So if we go to the statistics, it seems that Italy has its own hand, but at the end of the day, there is a day that counts.”
On the prospect of bringing home the long-awaited England trophy, the British midfielder said: “I feel like it will come home in 55 years.
“For the first time in such a long time to reach the final, England players need to get out of there to enjoy the game and express themselves.”