Götze covers a lot of ground and that is another reason why he's so successfull. He doesn't just run in dead spaces, his movement is very intelligent and he's also a player who knows how to make the final pass in several aspects of the game, whether it's a set-piece, cross into the box or a through ball. Dortmund play a very demanding type of game and Götze fits in perfectly. I remember when I first saw him in the U17 Euros 2009 which were held in Germany, he wasn't outstanding in that tournament, it was first when he represented Germany in the U17 World Cup, six months later, that I really got impressed with him. I knew he'd eventually get into Dortmund's first team rather fast after watching him in that tournament because he was the most outstanding player individually alongside guys like Isco and perhaps Ben Khalifa.
Originally Posted by Andrix
zoric man, do you have like 5 screens in your room streaming 7 channels while simultaneously following 10 livescore websites?
Originally Posted by BoRiS_ThE_BuLLetDoDgeR