How reading basic pressing cues and denying central spaces helped Bayer Leverkusen get back on track in the Bundesliga

Basic pressing cues employed by Bayer Levekusen in their recent match against Borussia Dortmund.

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1 thought on “How reading basic pressing cues and denying central spaces helped Bayer Leverkusen get back on track in the Bundesliga”

  1. Pressed in the a 4-2-2 formation. I believe they used the same tactics in the Tottenham game this week. Both games were a great example of how Bayern Leverkusen forces team to build their attack wide or bypass the midfield.

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