In soccer, strong teams usually have a high share.

If so, will the underdog team win if it has high possession?

This World Cup in Qatar showed that possession doesn’t necessarily lead to victory.

Reporter Kim Dong-min analyzed the changes in modern soccer that appeared in this World Cup.

Strong teams usually have high ball possession and win games.

However, this is not always the case.

Champions Argentina suffered their only loss to Saudi Arabia at the World Cup in Qatar.

They had a lot of possession and a lot of shots, but Saudi Arabia couldn’t win as they both scored on target.

Even a weak team can beat a strong team if they have at least a chance to shoot and turn that opportunity into a goal.

Japan overpowered Costa Rica, but lost to Costa Rica, who scored just one shot on target.

Spain also had an 8-2 lead over Japan, but lost to Japan, who had three shots on target.

This is a typical feature of Morocco, the first African team to reach the semifinals.

If the defenders and midfielders move organically to block the opponent’s attack, and if the fast and accurate counterattack that develops when the ball is stolen is repeated, it becomes a typhoon, not a gust of wind. 메이저사이트

[Kim Dae-gil / Soccer commentator: The reason why the Moroccan team achieved particularly good results was that they were not greedy for possession and focused on accurate and sharp counterattacks or still scenes without being greedy for the number of shots. These are the changes that appeared in this World Cup. We can see it.]

Di Maria’s goal in Argentina’s final is beyond the standard of counterattacking and deserves to be considered a masterpiece of counterattacking.