This is a show by Pebello Rhino and Kevin Molino Minnesota United game pushed Kansas City aside To book the final date of a Western conference with Seattle Sounders. Here are my trips.
Molino is undeniable playoffs MVP
The first half of this game was one of the most weird 3-0 games I have ever seen. Minnesota didn’t deserve it, they did – there were plenty of chances for the game to put the game to bed long before the Loons left. The first 25 minutes of this game made me wonder how Minnesota is still in the game on earth. Molino then got up and pursued his case for the MLS Playoffs MVP, as it were, punching a ticket to the Minnesota Western Conference Final.
Molino was a player I always liked, but sometimes he was happy to cheat. Talent is there, but he can be a game at best and then the next anonymous. For one reason or another, he has now discovered a zone that very few athletes can reach. He’s in a place where everything he tries comes from, it takes many years for him to look effortless, and he puts the ball on the back of the box with the ability to make any fox in the box proud.
He was the best player in the playoffs – nothing. Minnesota as a whole is incredibly forward, not only with Molino, but also with Robin Lott, Ethan Finlay, Rhinoso and of course Molino’s full attack four. I really like the way they get out at intervals – they attack with speed and purpose, and they seem to have a clear plan for what they want to do. The game didn’t help themselves defensively, but it was about how well Minnesota used their opportunities when they came.
The first goal is exceptional. Both Molino’s run and the ever-impressive Rhinoso’s pass were quickly overtaken and the ball moving first. Adrian Heath’s team is the best at hitting them – fast, accurate, purposeful and dangerous.
Watch: Renault and Molino join the first two Minnesota targets
The Rhino-Molino combination is similar to the Lodero-Morris, which did wonders for the Sounders. You can know what they want to do, but it is very difficult, otherwise it can not be prevented when it is in full flow. They are not yet on the level of the Saunders duo because those two have produced shows that translate into silver characters. But, in a given time and current path, this is a couple, which will dominate for a while.
They are the perfect pair because their talent packs complement each other well. One wants to leave the ball and go behind, the other has eyes on the back of the head, and can take a pass on any defense. Again, Saunders is very similar to the duo. An expression of the rhinoceros. I judge those around the players based on how good they are, and he comes first when it comes. Molino is a player like what I do: droplet good go go or go right, but he’s still more than a winger – he can come in more dangerous at goal and play-make at times. I will now capture Molino and Rhinoso, they are completely flying.
Midfield, defensive failures prove the sport’s performance
There were a few MLS fans based on the Western Conference who doubted how deserving they were at the top of the game. They haven’t faced Seattle, LFC or Portland all season, so it’s hard to predict exactly what their position will be compared to some of the best teams at their conference.
I liked most of what I saw from them this season, but what ultimately cost them in this game was their sub-midfield performance. Illy Sanchez is a majestic player and does a good job of dictating the tempo of his team, but like Gianluca Fusio and Roger Espinosa he struggled to express his identity in the game. That game machine room – which many games have won and lost – chose the wrong time to make a bad change. Oswaldo Alonso – his best years may be behind him, but not the midfielder I like in the playoffs – gave Minnesota an authority in the middle of the park that prevented the game from dominating any.
This is the danger of a single center. If the sport is unable to catch the ball against the sidelines and the rat is dragged away, there is no help for him to cover the gap in front of the CPs.
That is, CPs need to be vigilant and consistent, knowing who is going to number 10.
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– Matthew Doyle (MattDoyle76) December 4, 2020
Goals change games – obviously. If Sporting had scored two or three goals that they could have easily scored in the opening 25 minutes we now have a very different discussion, but when it stands, they are not defensively enough to cross the worst attack.
After their shooting victory over San Jose, I expressed my disbelief at how open they had left the worst striker in league history with 10 seconds left inside the six-yard box. Again, their defense was highly desirable because Molino was so easy to run directly towards the goal towards his starting goal. When you concede six goals in two home playoff games, you give yourself an almost unsolvable task that eventually played out for the game.
It was Lodero vs. Rhinoso in the final match of the conference
In very simple terms, this game will change the path of the more influential between Lodero and Rhinoso. I know this is the most basic and simplest analysis anyone can do with two good eyes, but sometimes football comes down to the most obvious thing.
Saunders have the best players on the field, but they live and die exactly what Lodero does. He is proving to be one of the best signatories in club history, and his performance in the big games is unmatched. If you stop him, you cut off what Ruidias and Morris are doing because he is their supplier.
Can Alonso turn the clock and make one of these fantastic defensive attempts? If he could be the Aussie who has always been called the best holding mid in our league, Minnesota’s chances will increase because he has more than enough ability to close Lodero. I can’t wait to see that match.
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– OptaJack⚽️ (ptOptaJack) December 4, 2020
On the other hand, it’s the same story for Rhinoso: can he exert his playmaking influence and pull Seattle’s defenders across the field? He will not be marked by man by any one player, but the Sounders should try to control him by the team. He renders such great service to Molino that if you can be quiet you will kill two birds with one stone.
To be clear, there will be many factors that will determine the outcome, but I feel that no matter which team’s playmaker is in the song, it will be a progressive team.
Former MLS Star Winger Steve Jaguani He finished first overall in the 2009 MLS Super Drop, where he played for the Seattle Sounders and the Portland Timbers. He is currently a member of the Saunders Broadcasting Board and has published a book “Get up” And a documentary “Unbreakable” Marked his playing days around his return from a serious injury. He is also a coach at Bellou High School, making a difference in the lives of young athletes through his nonprofit. Kingdom Hope Organization.