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AUS 1-1 FRA: Rangnick’s Game Against France Explains What He’s Capable Of Doing With Good Players

 

Austria continued its impressive run of games under Ralf Rangnick. Against FranceAustria was very decisive in the final third, while Deschamps’ side dominated the ball possession. However, note that Austria took the early lead in the 37th minute after Weimann scored a beautiful goal. In the second half, France was able to score through Kylian Mbappe.

Photo: Austria VS France || Twitter

 

 

 

Well, the highlights of the game were Austria’s intense pressing, France’s quiet start to the game, and Deschamps’ decision to start a young Centre-back pairing, but this article will focus on how Ralf Rangnick’s game against France explains what he’s capable of doing with good players at his disposal. Take a look!

1. The German Manager Showed Great Tactical Intelligence.

Photo: Ralf Rangnick || Twitter

Recall that at Manchester United, Rangnick was blamed for his tactics, but the German has shown that he’s a tactical genius. Against France, Austria showed great intensity throughout the game but was unfortunate to concede in the second half. Note that Ralf Rangnick and his players understood the need for a good structure and “Gegenpressing.” Note that Austrian players had a very good shape, where players understood their positioning.

Photo: Ralf Rangnick || Twitter

In the final third, Austria was very dangerous because of the intensity of the attack, and France’s defenders couldn’t cope with it in the first half. Hence, the Former Manchester United coach’s ability to hold his own against a star-studded France team simply explains what he’s capable of doing with good players.

Photo: Austria VS France || Twitter

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