Breakthrough Capello Accommodation Wilshere

England midfielder, Jack Wilshere, assess 4-3-3 scheme more suited to her rather than 4-4-2. Still, he admitted that he remains ready to provide the best tactics and demand whatever coach Fabio Capello.

This is related to the 2012 European Cup qualifier between Wales and England on Saturday (03/26/2011). If you usually wear 4-4-2, Capello is preparing his players in a 4-3-3 scheme in the game.

Wilshere filled midfield, Scott Parker, and Frank Lampard. As for up front, Darren Bent flanked by Ashley Young and Wayne Rooney, who played more wide.

Britain also closed the match with a 2-0 victory. Lampard's first goal from the penalty spot printed, following the breach defender James Collins to Young in the sixth minute.

The printed Bent's second goal in the 14th minute with the use of bait Young.

"That was a good game. A big game, derby, and we won. Pattern 4-3-3 worked well today," said Wilshere.

"We scored two quick goals. Goals (tactic) is pressuring them and score goals quickly. We did it and made ​​the game comfortable for us."

"Performance midfield worked well. We played it at Arsenal and it works well, with one defender and two others move forward."

"Scott Parker's great. Frank Lampard as well. It makes me easy to play. You have to thank Parker for today and Lampard has always been great for England. They were brilliant today," he said.

No comments:

Post a Comment