Explanation about offensive tactics actions in soccer. Analysis of offensive concepts (width, attacking moves, horizontal or diagonal pass, keep the ball, counterattack, run forwards losing a marker, creating empty spaces, one-two, pace of the game, overlapping and attacking speed).
This attacking tactical move is essential to break down defences. It creates a 2 against 1 situation down one of the wings in favour of the attacking team.
All those movements that players from the team in control of the ball make regarding opponents or empty spaces which might later be of importance if the opposing team attacks or counterattacks.
All tactical moves performed quickly by the players of a team attacking, with precise and well-directed passes and runs from players without the ball who try to lose their markers or create empty spaces, can add speed to the move.
All tactical moves slowly carried out during a match by players of a team in control of the ball with a certain degree of cunning in order to gain an advantage over their opponents can be considered attacking timing.
This is the tactical attacking move used when the player who receives a pass passes the ball straight to another player with his first touch so as to get past one or more opponents.
Empty spaces are those areas of the pitch not being taken up by defending players, and that, at a particular moment, are important for the attacking team in order to advance and make its attacking move progress successfully.
To attack is to advance up the field and try to reach the opposing team´s goal with the ball once it has been put into play.
This is the tactical attacking move used when a team takes the ball off an opponent and launches an attack towards the opposing goal, giving opponents no time to regroup in defence and making the most of the empty spaces the opposing team had left behind when attacking.
Complete package of Soccer Offensive Tactical Actions.