I still repeat this. Take Suso away from this team and we are free of his shackles. So he scored a goal after 18936th shit performances, so what? Which even came after he was benched! Proved the point! The one-trick pony fans creaming their pants cos a forward scored a goal after the 1000th attempt? After screwing up time and time and time and time again? God almighty! How low have we becomeThat was really a team characterised by an incredicle degree of freedom
By the way, was that freekick an example or the one trick Suso possesses?
You mean the Spal players only played 33+3 minutes as Suso did as a sub? During the rest 57+3 minutes before Suso the saviour came in, the Spal player were just sitting pretty drinking tea?Yeah that was really 95 % Piatek, 5 % Suso.
Didn’t see anybody being run tired during the 1st hour, though.
It's this kind of lack of vision and football intelligence of current Milan players drive me mad! They seem only know to pass the ball either to the right side (Suso/Paqueta+Castillejo) or left side (Theo) and forget totally that they can and should distribute the ball left and right in the whole game and the whole pitch is open for them to use!!!Aim wondered why Theo dont get passes, that one is pretty clear, this had a "dead" left flank before and always passed to our right side. Ironically now our right side been dead.
So the goal was a consequence of the SPAL players being so tired they couldn’t jump, and the keeper so tired he couldn’t move?You mean the Spal players only played 33+3 minutes as Suso did as a sub? During the rest 57+3 minutes before Suso the saviour came in, the Spal player were just sitting pretty drinking tea?
Apart from the delicious FK, which Piatek earned just in front of penalty box, how many lethal chances or passes did Suso CREATE during his 33+3 minutes' play?
As said before, Suso is one the most skilled players in this Milan, but the way he plays, the decision he makes or lacks of it and the lack of off-ball running have a killing effect on the team as a whole.
Take a look at the video in this thread here: https://tieba.baidu.com/p/6286827694, and this one:https://tieba.baidu.com/p/6299207464.
These are typical Suso style of play: slows down the counter and sucks the energy of his teammates due to his lack of defense and bad decision making. Suso+10 players<11 players.
Where do you see that I've stated this? Maybe my English is too poor to express myself clearly or you try to drive your pro-Suso point by using this kind of extreme argument?So the goal was a consequence of the SPAL players being so tired they couldn’t jump, and the keeper so tired he couldn’t move?
Apart from one moment of brilliance which gave us the 3 points, I haven’t argued that he created anything.Where do you see that I've stated this? Maybe my English is too poor to express myself clearly or you try to drive your pro-Suso point by using this kind of extreme argument?
Comparing to his usual 90-minute play from start-up, Suso looked effective in the 33+3 minutes he played mostly because the Spal players had already run 57+3 minutes before his sub while he himself still had fresh legs.
Talking about his effectiveness, I mainly refer to his goa. Except of that, can we list how many lethal passes and chances he created in the 33+3 minutes he played?