March 8th at 20:00 on March 9th, , China U20 National Youth will face the
Kyrgyzstan U20 is the last opponent of this U20 Asian Cup group stage.
Today, “Football News” published an article introducing the technical and tactical styles and main players of Kyrgyzstan U20.
“Football News” believes that in the third game against Kyrgyzstan, which has lost two games in a row, the national youth team no longer regards itself as a “underdog” and will inevitably need more ball control and active offense.
In the face of Kyrgyzstan’s defensive counterattack, the national youth team should score goals to win as they wish, and also avoid being attacked successfully.
Eight of the 23 members of the Kyrgyzstan national youth team are from the Bishkek Snow Leopards, and 7 are from the traditional giants Bishkekdoy.
Except for the two European players who played in Germany and Russia, the other main local players were almost the absolute main players of the local league clubs last season, and they have enough experience in the game.
In the first match against Saudi Arabia in the group stage, Kyrgyzstan played a 343 formation, but the effect was not satisfactory. After halftime, two people were replaced in a row. As a result, the Saudi team scored a goal 5 minutes after the substitution.
In the second game, Kyrgyzstan changed 3 players and returned to the 541 formation that they are more used to, and persisted until 73 minutes before conceding a goal.
In two games, Kyrgyzstan showed impressive defensive tenacity.
In terms of offense, Kyrgyzstan is more active in assisting forwards in the middle and back. Last year, they beat Brunei with 6 goals in the qualifiers.
2-0 victory over the United Arab Emirates, but also central defender Blauzmann sealed the victory.
The team’s offense mainly relies on the wings, and the center forward has an obvious fulcrum role, which is convenient for the midfielder and central defender to insert assists. This is the offensive method that the Chinese National Youth Team’s defense must be careful about.
(Nanling cries for birth)