January 18 Recently, former Manchester City player Richards participated in a BBC program
Speaking of Brighton winger Kaoru Misaki, the player has shown a fiery state recently.
In the interview, Richards bluntly said that if he was still playing as a defender, he would not want to play against Kaoru Sanzo.
Richards said: “I want to still play as a defender, and I don’t want to match up with Kaoru Sanba.
Kaoru is very alert and has a flexible way of playing. When he attacks the opponent’s wing, he will choose to cut inside after breaking through.
When the defender is looking for the ball, Kaoru Misaki is behind him, and that’s why it’s hard to defend him effectively.”
“He never stops moving in the game, he always appears in the position where the defender least expects him to appear. When our right-back faces a right-footed left-winger like him, after he moves closer to the center, he may move.
Think that your wing defense is complete, and then hand over the task of defending him to the defensive player in the middle position, but he starts the first shot very quickly after receiving the ball, and there are often scenes where he passes the defensive player in one step.