Ecuador faces Uruguay in the qualifying rounds and the tricolor coach Félix Sánchez Bas already feels what will be the match against one of the most difficult opponents of the South American World Cup, highlighting his performance and presence said coach Marcelo Bielsa.
La Celeste comes from defeating Chile 3-1 at home, a match that, despite having little time to prepare, coach Marcelo Bielsa has already shown his work according to the local press, so for the team of Uruguayan and its helm, Sánchez Bas made. nothing more than praise.
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The strategist spoke about the “strength” of a team with “one of the best coaches in the world,” who despite the “short period (of work) to get the best performance from those player is starting to see a lot of things. that he wants.” in the team”.
“Uruguay is a strong, strong team, winning duels in the defensive line. We will try to create chances and reach the final third of the field because only in this way we can unbalance the game,” said the Ecuadorian coach.
Sánchez Bas spoke of a Celeste that is a unique collective and has individuals that “can make a difference”, so the Charrúas will jump this Tuesday (4:00 pm) in the field of Rodrigo Paz “with the mentality of winning the game. , it will not be another way. They will not look for a tie, another thing will see their style of play taking into account that they come to play in Quito,” said the strategist, because of the height issue.
To counter the game of the Uruguayans, Ecuador will seek to appeal to the work of the wings in search of “finding advantages and superiority in areas, using players with different profiles.”
A warning point for the tricolor helmsman is the “intensity” of Charrúas in the defensive line. “To overcome that we must try to create situations in their field, we will see if we can make actions in the last third of the field to be unbalanced. Different phases of the game will be presented and we will aim to come out winners from this with ball management, which is (against Argentina) that we lacked a little bit,” he said.
“We have a game plan,” said the coach of Tri, “but in front we have another team that will try to propose its conditions, so we will see how the game develops, but we are playing at home and that is favorable for us,” he concluded. (D)