The Chilean team’s coach, Eduardo Bellizzo, was self-critical about La Roja’s level in their 2–0 defeat against Morocco in Spain.
Chilean team coach Eduardo Bellizzo outlined this Friday strong self-criticism When analyzing the national team’s 2-0 World Cup defeat against Morocco in a friendly in Barcelona.
‘Toto’ described the ‘Everybody’s Team’ game as follows “Foreseeable” And thanks to the good game of Africans, Completely lacking “aggressive weight” .
Beware Chile Added only one finish to each half Both ended with the ball hitting the post after attempts by Ben Bretton and Arturo Vidal.
Commenting on the match, the Argentinian strategist said: “The process of the match was not favorable for us. Our ball circulation was predictable, slow and didn’t find space The only chances we had were Ben[Breletton]chances and[Arturo]Vidal chances in the second half. Roughly speaking, rival organizations prevented us from having offensive weight ”.
“We didn’t find a connection with the players. It was difficult to succeed on the field (…) Our play was difficult and we were overtaken by our speedy rivals. with engineers who created a lot of hazards,” he added.
discussed What did he clean up after this duel in Spain Bellizzo pointed out:Needs a more dynamic midfield, needs clearer passing situations (…) We have to recognize what is happening to us and find a formula with moves and positions that will give us a clearer attacking midgame than we have today. “
Additionally, the former Paraguayan coach admitted to Morocco:Our team wasn’t deep, diverse, or smart enough to find the best moves Our game was not good and our movements were controlled by our rivals. We have to keep working, we are at the beginning of the process. “
Chile’s next game is scheduled for Tuesday 27 September against World Cup hosts Qatar in Vienna, Austria.