1) Ball played
back by Beckham to Neville.
3) Scholes (black square) dummies and makes a run behind defence to receive the pass from Yorke (blue square). Defence looks for offside.
cuts the ball across and Yorke scores.
- The telling
moment in this move is when the defence is beaten by Schole's dummy and
run. The defenders try to play the offside trap but are beating by the
timing of the run.
This move shows how in a tight situation, a defence can be beaten through
good movement off the ball and communication between attacking players.
- Also, shows the importance of not over-relying on on the offside trap.
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