A day before traveling to Adelaide for the second leg, the squad continues to train at a high intensity.
Head coach Colin Bell emphasized “speed of thought,” urging the team to play autonomously with split-second decisions and not be tied to formations.
After playing a steady game with a three-back defense in the first game, the team is looking to be more aggressive against Morocco.
They will need to utilize their height on set pieces, a weakness of Morocco’s that was exposed against Germany, and quick penetration into the back of the defense that can be exploited with a single penetrating pass can be a threat.
[Lee Young-pyo/KBS Soccer Commentator: “The slow feet (of the Moroccan defense) have been pointed out as a weakness, so I think if we thoroughly target the back spaces and properly utilize our players’ specialty of quick feet, we can create many chances and even score.”]
Morocco, who enter the tournament ranked 72nd in the Fifa rankings, will likely employ a counter-attacking tactic after failing to score in their last six games, drawing two and losing four.
[Renal Pedros/Morocco coach: “We still have two games left, we will prepare well for South Korea.”]
South Africa strike first, scoring two goals and then putting on a delightful display to earn their first win of the tournament.
However, Argentina fought back, including a fantastic mid-range strike from Brown, 먹튀검증토토사이트 to eventually draw 2-2.
England’s James also put Denmark back in the game with a stunning final goal to give his team a second straight win.