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Reinier was one of three major signings made ahead of the campaign by Zorc, but has so far failed to match the minutes amassed by fellow new recruits Thomas Meunier and Jude Bellingham across all competitions.
Dortmund have enjoyed something of a muted start to the new campaign, as they attempt to dethrone Bayern Munich once more atop the Bundesliga standings.
They have, however, secured passage to the knockout stages of the Champions League with a game to spare following their draw with Lazio in midweek.
Borussia Dortmund. Modric and Khedira moved mostly as individuals and quite independently from Alonso at their back, with and without the ball.
This pressing formation was a with Ronaldo and Özil moving at the same height as the eights. Özil also positioned himself a bit closer to the centre of the pitch.
He pushed up further than Piszczek, which opened up much space on the left defensive side, into which Hummels could evade. This is why our prediction of was only partially correct, because of the deeper outside players it was rather a Hummels and Subotic could and had to circulate the ball calmly and on the ground.
He dropped a bit from his right-side position and demanded the ball from the centre backs. Although Higuain showed good pressing movement, he was unable to pressure the flexible triangle Subotic, Hummels and Gündogan.
They were always a little bit too late, especially on the wings, because they did not conduct themselves well with regards to their group tactics.
Ronaldo and Özil were not aggressive enough when defending their zones, where Dortmund were frequently able to free themselves easily.
In his advanced position Schmelzer could often be involved as an easy passing option. Lewandowski, playing towards the left as usual, took part in some combinations and caused chaos in the half-space behind Khedira.
Khedira had to help out on the right against Götze constantly. Xabi Alonso had to cover a lot of space alone and was occupied by Lewandowski dropping.
If Modric helped Alonso in front of defence, Real lost any presence in offensive midfield, where Bender and Gündogan were able to do as they pleased.
Appropriately, Dortmund pulled ahead after a cross by Götze from the left flank. Gündogan had also initiated this scene — by dispossessing the opposition with counterpressing.
This was probably the most important difference between the teams. Dortmund had rarely executed their pressing, their domain, this brilliantly. Their defensive transition game was pitch perfect.
With his advanced basic position he could be bypassed without problems in possession and was able to access all important areas immediately during transition.
More details will be discussed in the pictorial analysis. Real also had problems defensively and during their breaks. The supporting pillars of their quick vertical play were missing, having been ripped out of their usual system: Özil, the first option in transition, was missing in the middle and because Ronaldo did not gamble, quick freeing plays via long balls to the left were impossible.
Khedira and Modric were seldom able to attack those high areas either, having to patch up their defence all the time. Additionally Real rarely won the ball in a controlled fashion during overloaded defensive situations.
They had to kick, tackle and head away much, so that concise breaks were difficult to come by and Dortmund easily regained control.
Their opposition Real never found a stable formation in possession. Play-maker Alonso was crucial for this problem.
He did not get many opportunities to play dangerous passes, although he was supposed to be supported by Modric as a second play-maker.
If Alonso moved around his basic position, Götze cut him off or handed him over to Lewandowski temporarily.
They rather easily prevented Alonso from having too many passing options vailable this way. There were ten Dortmund players to cover five passing options, sometimes six if one of the fullbacks advanced.
The passing distance to the wing was too great for Alonso to attempt his well-known diagonal passes, because he mainly dropped centrally: Dortmund had width and would have had plenty of time to disrupt play when the ball arrived.
Real was lacking interplay between its midfield parts. Those were destroyed by lacking familiarity with the as well.
Mourinho did not let them play the system in their usual style either. Madrid mostly built up via the right flank, instead of overloading the left wing with Modric then establishing connections to the middle.
At best Real could have combined the flexibility of the with the power of the left flank. They never even got that far. Real rarely penetrated midfield, making the shift a hypothetical situation.
Play along the right side was too slow, enabling Reus and Bender to check Khedira and Ramos, whob did not find a solution, again and again.
Ramos had a bad day in general. He did not establish a connection to Özil and frequently played hectic vertical passes instead of looking for space in midfield diagonally.
The workmanlike left-sided midfielder wasn't the most glamorous player but was pivotal in Dortmund's pressing system as tucked in from the flank to narrow the pitch, compressing the space.
Real Madrid rallied in the second leg to win in the Spanish capital, but it wasn't enough to stop Dortmund reaching the final. Dortmund lost at Wembley, as Arjen Robben rolled the winner past Roman Weidenfeller in the 89th minute to clinch Bayern's historic treble in gut-wrenching fashion for Klopp's side.
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