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Sevilla FC: What Papu Gmez can give Sevilla: deep passes, goals and assists

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Sevilla FC Tactical analysis of the new Sevilla player

“Papu” Gmez has become Sevilla FC’s star signing in this winter market. The objective of the signing of the Argentine is to be able to provide a greater offensive fluidity to the Seville team. Since MBP School of Coaches we will analyze which player profile the “Papu” is and we will highlight the three most characteristic fundamentals of the player.

Before delving into the most characteristic fundamentals of the Argentine player, we are going to contextualize which areas are the most assiduous to be occupied by the new Sevilla FC player. These data allow us to get an idea of ​​the player profile that he is.

As can be seen in the heat map, “Papu” is a very dynamic player with a tendency to occupy 3/4 field positions, always starting from the left sector of the pitch.

In addition, the Argentine player has a certain tendency to go down to more backward areas to help in the creation of the game and give his team greater offensive fluidity.

Once we have seen in a more general way which areas the “Papu” usually occupies, we are going to delve into the most characteristic fundamentals of his game.

Block: Offer supports

Rationale: Offer emergency support before pressure

The first basis analyzed is related to the ability of the Argentine player to offer emergency support to his teammates, when they are in a situation of pressure from the rival with loss of ball options.

The “Papu” Gmez stands out in the application of the foundation, since, in addition to knowing how to identify these dangerous situations, thas a highly developed socio-affective structure that allows you to appear and offer yourself to your peers effectively in such risk situations.

The application of the foundation by the player allows the team to have continuity of the ball in the offensive phase.

Block: Offer supports

Rationale: Provide support to the rear ends

The following rationale refers to the importance of offer support to forwards when they are close to the opponent’s area. The objective is not lose possession of the ball and continue to progress in the game.

In this case, the Sevilla player, as we have seen in the heat map, he moves very well through those “midfielder” areas, thus being able to offer said support to the striker when they cannot continue to progress or receive a ball with their back to the goalkeeper. With this type of action, the “Papu” manages to give continuity to actions that are complicated on the attack front, and above all finding shooting situations from the front of the area, one of his best offensive weapons.

Block: Organize the offensive game

Rationale: Find a game in progression by assessing the risk / benefit of the passes

Finally, the following foundation is one of the virtues of the new Sevilla player. Without a doubt, the Argentine player is a specialist in delivering progressive play to your team from the construction zone, minimizing the risk of losing the ball and obtaining a great benefit for your team.

his success in passes this season is 83.9%, a very high figure for the area of ​​influence where the player usually moves. What is relevant is not only the success rate, but many of these countries are in depth, thus achieving finishing situations for their teammates.

Once the new player of the Seville team has been analyzed, we can determine that he shares some similarities with his countryman Ever Banega in his time at Sevilla FC, but at the same time they are profiles of different players. The “Papu” Gmez is a more “trequartista” player profile, where its area of ​​intervention is more advanced than that occupied by Banega.

Even with these differences between the two players, the new Sevilla player also knows to identify when to help at the time of game creation offering emergency support in front of possible situations of loss of the ball as it has been observed in the first foundation.

In addition, the Argentine player will provide his team with greater fluidity in the offensive phase looking for deep passes, which will allow the Sevilla team to settle near the rival area.

Finally, the “Papu” Gmez will have a high role in both goals and assists, since it tends to appear at the front of the area when the ball is at the disposal of the more advanced players in order to provide offensive solutions and even finish those actions.



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