Sevilla has two consecutive matches fitting in a corner

Celta and Eibar exploited the weaknesses of the de Machín set pieces, which are still inoperative in the attack strategy and now suffer in defense


The ineffectiveness of Sevilla in the plays of attack on set pieces has moved from the front to the denfensa, and the best example is that Sevilla has two consecutive matches conceding goals to set pieces. In Vigo was Okay who took advantage of the absence of clearance of André Silva in the first post and the dismissal of Mercado to make the winning goal.

Machín had to correct that during the week since the Portuguese was very strong in the punts in all corners that Eibar took to the first post. The problem came when they had to defend the strategy plays at the back post, as Sergi Enrich easily got rid of Sarabia and Charles took the Wöber pie to win the game and take advantage of his partner's service.

Y in attack, a party more than ineffectiveness and frustration. Neither Banega nor Escudero were able to hang a corner in conditions of the nine that the Neronians had. Thus, the last goal on set pieces continues dating from day 12, when Mercado scored Espanyol. André Silva also did it in the first day of the championship, against Rayo Vallecano, being the only two goals that Sevilla has scored in the 134 corners that they have prepared this season.



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