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FaZe Twistzz on Liquid era: ‘Even in our Grand Slam run, we knew there were issues’
Every great dynasty eventually falls, although it rarely happens overnight. While the Team Liquid CS:GO squad hasn’t fallen completely off a cliff, they’re a step behind what they once were. Their crowning achievement came mid-summer of 2019 when they conquered the Intel Grand Slam at a record pace with four straight victories culminating at ESL One Cologne. But everything wasn’t as good as it seemed. Russel “Twistzz” Van Dulken, feeling poorly used and underappreciated, could see the cracks in the foundation. Individual skill had gotten them so far, but he knew that the team would have to adapt as the rest of the field eventually caught up. They didn’t and Liquid paid the price. “Even in our Grand Slam run, we knew there were issues, but we couldn’t identify what the problems were because everything we did worked,” Twistzz told Dot Esports. “We would win off individual skill quite a bit, and at the time, I don’t think anyone could challenge us. But after the player break, once people caught up and the meta shifted, the problems we knew were there appeared a lot more. People were scared of change, I think. They still felt like what we were doing was working.” “I remember around the last event of the year, I was trying to express to the team that I felt my role was becoming useless,” Twistzz said. “Everyone knows how I play this support lurker role, and the only way I can change my playstyle is if the team adjusts its playstyle, so what I’m doing isn’t so obvious. It was hard to express that to the team, even now how I just explained it, there was no way I could have expressed it like that to my team because I couldn’t find the words. I couldn’t ask them to help me find a way to make things better and I didn’t know how to be more selfish. I was used to giving up my spots I was comfortable in.” Twistzz joined Liquid in April 2017 following an abrupt end to his time with TSM and a short stint with Misfits. Prior to their dominant 2019 summer, the team had a breakout year in 2018, with deep runs at several international events stacked with top-tier teams. During this time, Twistzz felt like his input was well received but feels that the team became more stagnant once they figured out what worked and stopped trying new things. Over time, this wore down his mental state and his confidence. And after it seemingly got worse in 2020, he knew a change was on the horizon. “If I wanted double AWP or to AWP on CT, it was something nitr0 was willing to try out,” Twistzz said. “But later on, we stopped having that mindset to try new things, and I felt whatever I recommended was kind of neglected. My opinion wasn’t valued, and I felt they didn’t have confidence in what I was saying. Especially after nitr0 stepped down, I didn’t have much to say, and I felt if I did have something to say it wasn’t going to be heard. And if there’s not that mutual respect, you kind of lose confidence individually. That’s why I felt like my time in Liquid came to an end.” Needing a change, Twistzz departed from Liquid following the final event of the team’s 2020 campaign, the IEM Global Challenge, where they finished in second to Astralis. After a month or so of courting offers, Twistzz found his new home on the international FaZe Clan roster. One of his primary reasons for joining FaZe was the knowledge that IGL Finn “karrigan” Andersen was on his way there. Twistzz “wanted to be wherever he was.” Despite the slow start to FaZe’s 2021 campaign and the sudden departure of Marcelo “coldzera” David just a few weeks ago, Twistzz is happy with his role in the team, and more importantly, is happier with his voice on the team. “So far I’ve felt my impact has been felt a lot more with FaZe than it was with Liquid,” Twistzz said. “My voice is definitely heard more and karrigan really values my opinion. In FaZe, I’m a much better individual player, and my potential is much higher here than it was in Liquid. I’m still evolving and talking a lot more, and that’s crazy because before my job was just to headshot things, but now I help dictate the pace of the game and help karrigan call mid-round. “If karrigan presents a strat, I can explain why I think something else can be better because of X, Y, and Z, and he will really value that. [He] knows how to utilize the players he has. He feels I do well in chaotic situations, so he puts me in spots to either create chaos or get good timing on a player. Nitr0 was pretty much the same way. In 2018, he would put me in a lot of entry and AWPing spots. Karrigan’s pretty much the same way. He can help set me up more so I can help the team more.” In a better situation and role with FaZe, Twistzz now turns his attention to improving the team’s global standing. FaZe has had some down results as of late and losing coldzera is no easy void to fill. But the team is happy to bring back Olof “olofmeister” Kajbjer Gustafsson in “a more permanent” capacity for the BLAST Premier 2021 Spring Finals, as well as the foreseeable future. Twistzz appears thrilled by the prospect of another olofmeister return to the FaZe starting roster, calling him “the smartest player [he’s] ever played with.” Twistzz is also excited about “creating new things” with olofmeister in the mix. A return to prominence won’t be easy for FaZe, especially with the road ahead of them: Natus Vincere in the first round of the Spring Finals, then a fight in the play-in stage of IEM Cologne. But regardless of the results, Twistzz is happy to be in the situation he’s in. “I’m really enjoying the new shoes I have to fill.”
6 decisions for Southgate to make ahead of England's Euro 2020 opener
Is Football Coming Home this summer? England played out their final pre-Euro 2020 friendly on Sunday evening as they secured a 1-0 win over Romania. A Marcus Rashford penalty midway through the second half was enough to gear up for Sunday's meeting with Croatia with victory. Yet in the days leading up to the tournament, it's still hard to determine what Gareth Southgate's XI will be for the game at Wembley. There are still plenty of decisions Southgate needs to make ahead of Sunday's game and we look at six that are still up in the air. What system does Gareth Southgate go for? Having opted for a three-man backline during England's 2020/21 UEFA Nations League campaign, Gareth Southgate has reverted to a 4-3-3 system for the recent World Cup qualifiers as the Three Lions secured maximum points in their three games so far, defeating San Marino, Albania and Poland in the process. In an ideal world, Southgate would stick with a setup that plays to England's strengths, but the lack of central midfield options suggests a change to a three-man defence could be on the cards. Jude Bellingham, Declan Rice, Kalvin Phillips and a half-fit Jordan Henderson make up the four options available to Southgate, though there is the potential to bring Mason Mount into the side and allow for the Chelsea man to push on. However, with Phillips, too, only recently returning from injury, Southgate may feel the safer bet is to go for a three-man defence against Croatia this weekend before reverting back to a 4-3-3 against the Czech Republic and Scotland. Who does Gareth Southgate use in defence? Harry Maguire is back running, which is a huge boost for England, but it will have been over a month since the Manchester United captain last played by the time Sunday's meeting with Croatia comes around. John Stones also played no part in their warm up meetings with Austria and Romania - more on that later - which leaves Gareth Southgate with a selection dilemma at the heart of the defence. Tyrone Mings played both warm up matches and as the only left-footed centre-back in the squad, his inclusion in the potential absence of Maguire makes sense. There is also the option to use a three-man backline with Conor Coady - an seasoned head in such a setup - featuring, but it's hardly been ideal preparation for Southgate. Will the Chelsea and Manchester City players be ready for Sunday? Injuries permitting, seven of the 23 players Gareth Southgate has selected for England's Euro 2020 campaign ply their trade for Chelsea or Manchester City. The pair clashed in the Champions League final a little over a week ago, which means they have been granted additional time off to prepare for the summer tournament. However, this has had an adverse effect on preparation for their Euro 2020 opener. None of those seven have featured for England in any capacity in the week leading up to the meeting with Croatia and, in theory, all could well start at Wembley. Compare that with Croatia, who in Sunday's 1-0 defeat to Belgium, fielded what could be considered a first choice XI. Zlatko Dalic's side may use this continuity to their advantage and claim a early-group stage scalp this weekend, particularly if Southgate goes heavy on the Champions League final contingent. Who will occupy the full-back roles? Of the five full-backs in the England squad for Euro 2020, three - Reece James, Ben Chilwell and Kyle Walker - play for Chelsea or Manchester City. That leaves Kieran Trippier and Luke Shaw as Gareth Southgate's only two options for right and left-back, respectively, of those to have made an appearance for England in the last week. Trippier and Shaw aren't exactly poor options, of course - only Jose Gaya (7) registered more assists than the former (6) of LaLiga defenders last season, while the latter's 72 key passes was the seventh best in the Premier League - but neither are first choice for England either. The most rested of the quintet, Southgate has two quality attacking full-backs that have international action under their belts in the last few days and that could be key against Croatia. Is Jordan Henderson ready to start in central midfield? England vice-captain Jordan Henderson hardly covered himself in glory in Sunday's 1-0 win over Romania. The Liverpool man pulled rank on Dominic Calvert-Lewin to take a second half spot kick, which was saved by Florin Nita. Coming on at half time against Romania, it marked Henderson's first game for club or country since sustaining a groin injury in Liverpool's 2-0 defeat to Merseyside rivals Everton in February. However, it was a cameo he would like to quickly forget. It has been four months since Henderson last made a competitive appearance and to thrust him into action against a midfield trio of Luka Modric, Marcelo Brozovic and Mateo Kovacic would prove quite the baptism of fire. When fit, Henderson is rightly one of the first names on the teamsheet, but England may be better off at Wembley using the Liverpool midfielder from the bench. Who does Gareth Southgate use in support of Harry Kane? There was a period where Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford would flank Harry Kane and it was a system that worked well. However, the former's lack of form and game time for Manchester City coupled with the latter's injury issues opens up space for compatriots to take advantage, namely Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish. Sancho enjoyed yet another impressive Bundesliga campaign as he finished the season fourth for assists (11) and fifth for key passes (67). Grealish, too, excelled as he, despite missing 12 games through injury, finished third for key passes (81) in the Premier League. Then there is Phil Foden and Bukayo Saka to consider, though the former's involvement in the Champions League final means he is yet to feature for England this summer. Like at full-back, Gareth Southgate is blessed with ample options in the final third and it'll be interesting to see who he elects to use in support Kane against Croatia.
BENZEMA INJURY UPDATE AHEAD OF EURO 2020 OPENER
Giroud on fire in France rout Is almost an embarrassment of riches available to Didier Deschamps’ French side not only in the striking department but throughout the entire squad. However, the forward line in particular is utterly spectacular. The striking options alone include the likes of Real Madrid Karim Benzema, PSG Kylian Mbappe, Barcelona’s Antoine Griezmann and Monaco’s Wissam Ben Yedder. Not to mention Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud. The former Arsenal man came on and scored twice for France as they beat Bulgaria 3-0 in their final preparation match ahead of the tournament. Griezmann’s overhead kick opened the scoring before two late Giroud classic finishes saw the scoreline equal the dominance. Whether Olivier Giroud starts many matches will be down to Deschamps’ use of Benzema. However, an injury could open the door for his former favourite. Benzema injury update The victory was marred by an injury to Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema. He went down in the first half and needed to go off. Didier Deschamps brought in the 33 year-olds provide additional firepower after a significant time away from the international scene. It will be a huge blow for Benzema to miss the tournament. However, positive news has come through that despite not taking part in training, the affliction is not serious. RMC Sport’s Mohamed Bouhafsi revealed that he would return to light training in 2-3 days.
Rudy Gobert wins the 2020-21 NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award
This comes as no surprise as Gobert had an absolutely dominant year as the cornerstone of the Utah Jazz defense. Because of Gobert, Utah was able to sacrifice defense for shooting at multiple positions and the defense stayed in the top 10 in the league in efficiency this season. Gobert was an absolute force for Utah defending the paint while also switching on anyone he needed to. There are an unbelievable amount of misconceptions about Gobert in the league, but you won’t find those here. Gobert was not just the most dominant defensive player this season, he was also the most versatile. Whether it was guarding pick and rolls, switching on the perimeter or crushing dreams at the rim, Gobert did it all. This is now the third DPOY award for Gobert. This in and of itself is an impressive feat. With a national media dead set on finding other candidates, and being a microphone for other less effective perimeter defenders, Rudy Gobert smashed every single false narrative out there. To not vote for Gobert with a first place vote is to tattle on yourself. The two voters who voted Gobert 3rd on this list need to be named so they can have their voting privileges taken away for stupidity and negligence. Gobert should be immensely proud of this achievement. Like he always does, he’s silenced his critics with his play on the floor. It’s poetic that Gobert gets this award after a game-saving block in Game 1 against the Los Angeles Clippers. Let’s watch that again! Announced on TNT you can see the Jazz surprise Gobert with the award! TNT has done a fantastic job this year with presenting these awards. Congratulations, Rudy Gobert!
Suns vanquish Lakers behind Devin Booker's Mamba Mentality
The Suns are moving on. They have vanquished a nemesis and a king, and the postseason is just getting started. They survived a first-round playoff series against the defending NBA champions and the second-best player in history. They found their wings in an uphill series full of wild momentum shifts. They dealt LeBron James his first-ever first-round playoff exit. At times, they rubbed salt in wounds. For most of the last two games, the Suns embarrassed the Lakers. They led by 30 points at halftime in a pivotal Game 5 and by 22 points after the first quarter in the decisive Game 6. It felt like karmic payback for all the garbage we’ve endured over the past decade. Take a deep breath. Enjoy the view. Now that the clouds have lifted, the mountaintop is not that far away. The Suns have a legitimate, navigable path to the NBA Finals. This must be our finest moment as a big-league sports town since … when, exactly? Alvin Gentry fighting off food poisoning in the Western Conference Finals against Kobe’s Lakers, hurling in a bucket so he wouldn’t miss a possession? The Diamondbacks winning a one-game playoff against the Rockies because their bearded relief pitcher hit a triple? Since Carson Palmer and the Cardinals survived two Hail Mary completions from Aaron Rodgers in the final minute of regulation? The demolition of the Lakers feels much bigger. This was a miniseries full of twists, dirty fouls and hard left turns. This series was a celebration of Deandre Ayton, who was all man and no child; Cam Payne and his indomitable underdog energy; Chris Paul and his legendary toughness; Jae Crowder’s fearlessness; and most recently, Devin Booker. JUNE 3, 2021 AT 11:01 PM LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers is guarded by Devin Booker #1 of the Phoenix Suns in the fourth quarter during game six of the Western Conference first round series at Staples Center on June 03, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) Fill a glass. Raise it high. A toast to the Valley’s first love. Clink. The Suns are moving on. They have vanquished a nemesis and a king, and the postseason is just getting started. They survived a first-round playoff series against the defending NBA champions and the second-best player in history. They found their wings in an uphill series full of wild momentum shifts. They dealt LeBron James his first-ever first-round playoff exit. Related Links Devin Booker stars on stage he's been waiting on, Suns eliminate Lakers Suns' Devin Booker, Chris Paul proud of Deandre Ayton's postseason leap Roundtable: What we learned from the Suns' series win over the Lakers LeBron James gives Devin Booker jersey signed 'continue to be great' Suns advance past Lakers in 6 games, play Nuggets in conference semis At times, they rubbed salt in wounds. For most of the last two games, the Suns embarrassed the Lakers. They led by 30 points at halftime in a pivotal Game 5 and by 22 points after the first quarter in the decisive Game 6. It felt like karmic payback for all the garbage we’ve endured over the past decade. Take a deep breath. Enjoy the view. Now that the clouds have lifted, the mountaintop is not that far away. The Suns have a legitimate, navigable path to the NBA Finals. This must be our finest moment as a big-league sports town since … when, exactly? Alvin Gentry fighting off food poisoning in the Western Conference Finals against Kobe’s Lakers, hurling in a bucket so he wouldn’t miss a possession? The Diamondbacks winning a one-game playoff against the Rockies because their bearded relief pitcher hit a triple? Since Carson Palmer and the Cardinals survived two Hail Mary completions from Aaron Rodgers in the final minute of regulation? The demolition of the Lakers feels much bigger. This was a miniseries full of twists, dirty fouls and hard left turns. This series was a celebration of Deandre Ayton, who was all man and no child; Cam Payne and his indomitable underdog energy; Chris Paul and his legendary toughness; Jae Crowder’s fearlessness; and most recently, Devin Booker. Booker set the tone in Game 6, just like he did in Game 5. He lit up the Lakers with 22 points in the first quarter, 33 in the first half and 47 by the time his volcanic mouth almost got him ejected from Thursday’s game. He’s both polished and raw and utterly combustible — and I wouldn’t want him any other way. Booker must have felt something deeply personal on Thursday, conjuring up his spiritual kinship with Kobe Bryant (“Be Legendary”); his current relationship with an L.A. celeb-icon (Kendall Jenner); his upstaging of LeBron in the final two games of this series, including a Mamba-like slaying of the Lakers. Before the playoff started, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said that beating LeBron on the big stage ranked among the hardest feats in sports. Booker made it look easy. Booker closed the door like an assassin, just like his idol demanded. After the rollicking start, the game turned into a slow-leak nightmare. The Suns committed careless turnovers. Ayton wasn’t the same kind of beast. Payne fell apart, missing a wide-open layup and fumbling away an easy pass. The Suns lost their edge, intensity and aggression while waiting for the clock to expire. The final countdown was excruciating. But the Suns were never truly threatened. They weren’t going to lose this game. They weren’t going to lose this series and here’s why: In basketball, a selfless team can beat a super team. A sincere, cohesive group with great chemistry can topple a team with elite superstars, especially when one is aging and the other is fragile. And in the end, a fist will beat fingers every time. The Suns have served the game of basketball with an inspiring team full of hardcore dudes and lovable goofballs, a team that doesn’t believe in shortcuts or load management. And after 11 long years of futility and dysfunction, look at us now.
Arsene Wenger gives verdict on Kai Havertz and Timo Werner after mixed seasons at Chelsea
Chelsea raided the Bundesliga last summer to sign Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen and Timo Werner from RB Leipzig in big-money deals - and Arsene Wenger has opened up on the pair Arsene Wenger has tipped Kai Havertz to become a future world-beater - but his verdict on Timo Werner is far less glowing. Chelsea raided the Bundesliga last summer to sign Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen for £72million and Werner from RB Leipzig for £54million. The forward pair struggled to adapt at first and managed just four goals in the Premier League between them by the turn of the year. The decision to appoint Thomas Tuchel as Frank Lampard's successor in January was partly motivated by getting the best out of the faltering big-money signings. The German has had a positive effect on his compatriots and Havertz ended the season strongly, scoring the winner in the Champions League final. Wenger admits he was "amazed" to see how long it took Havertz to find his feet, but he is sure the 21-year-old will go from strength to strength. "I believe that Havertz was very disappointing at the start," the legendary former Arsenal boss told beIN Sports . "I liked him and I was quite amazed how much trouble he had at the start to settle. "He adjusted, adapted, he came back, he suffered, he spent his period on the bench and came back again. To me, he is a very promising player. I would bet on him for the future." Wenger was less optimistic as he turned his attention to Werner, criticising the 12-goal striker's wastefulness in front of goal and hinting that could cost Germany at this summer's Euros. "I like the quality of his runs," Wenger said of the 25-year-old. "I like his movement, but he’s not… we see his conversion rate with the number of chances he has. "He’s not good enough to say, 'but he will be absolutely the favourite to be the player of the tournament [Euro 2020]'. "Because in this kind of tournaments, you have to, you need a good conversion rate." Germany have been drawn in the so-called group of death at Euro 2020, alongside Portugal, Hungary and Wenger's native France. The Gunners icon expects Die Mannschaft will struggle to emerge from the group in what is Joachim Low's last tournament as manager. "I'm not very confident for Germany," said Wenger. "I grew up at the border of Germany and I feel they have not the stability. They have lost the belief. "The Germans, to be successful you need in the team a combination of hunger, belief, aggression, and that you're capable to fight the doubt. I believe in Germany belief has gone." Wenger added: "They need to start well to have a chance. After that, for me, they have another hurdle; it is the last tournament [for] Joachim Low, who has done fantastic for Germany. "To be completely honest, I have not seen a team doing well with the players knowing that the manager is not there anymore after the tournament."
Cloud9 makes its own internal roster shuffle ahead of the LCS 2021 Summer Split
The seasoned North American team makes a huge call. It looks like Cloud9 is reshuffling its roster ahead of the LCS 2021 Summer Split, swapping out Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen for their Cloud9 Academy teammate, Calvin “K1ng” Truong. This comes just days after C9's exit in the rumble stage of MSI 2021. While Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen did have some good games, it wasn't enough to take C9 to the playoffs. The reshuffle will be good for Calvin “K1ng” Truong to show what he's made off after being with the North American organisation for over a year and a half. However, this would mean that Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen will be plying his trade with the Cloud9 Academy squad. The changes don't stop there though; Cloud9 are also making a change in their staff with Alfonso "mithy" Alguirre Rodriguez taking up the head coach role full-time from Kim "Reignover" Yeu-jin. Cloud9 has also released a tweeted video onto its official account featuring its CEO, Jack Etienne explain both the roster and coaching staff. While he didn't go into much detail about the roster swap, he did shed more light on the coaching matter. Heading into MSI 2021, Reignover had approached Etienne stating that the head coaching position was taking a toll on his mental health. Deciding to take a step back, Reignover chose to assume the deputy coach position remotely with mithy taking on the role as head coach. This also coincidentally worked out all-around with Reignover unable to travel with the squad to MSI due to passport issues. Both Reignover and mithy also made an appearance in the video to explain a little more in detail about what happened and what will happen moving forward. As the clock winds down, we can now look forward to the nine-week marathon that is the LCS 2021 Summer Split. With only three slots to head to Worlds 2021, Cloud9 will have to address whatever issues that had set them back during MSI 2021. While it was a roller coaster ride for the NA squad, they are one of the frontrunners looking to secure a spot to Worlds 2021. Only time will tell so be sure to stay tuned as we will be updating more on the LCS region alongside many others.
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How to collect correct score data in football match?
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The three major flaws and 22 penalties that left Man Utd facing ugly reality
Just as officials were scrawling through the rule books to see just how long a penalty shootout could actually last for and whether players would need to keep taking them until one-by-one they dropped dead from exhaustion and malnutrition to leave a single player left standing, David De Gea finally missed. The Manchester United goalkeeper failed to stop any of the 11 penalties Villarreal had fired at his goal up until that point and then became the only player on the pitch not to do the same. But in truth, the game was up well before that. You can’t be angry at a goalkeeper for not scoring a penalty, the likes of Ederson and Allison are the exception with their scoring abilities, but there were some question marks over why, when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was making a flurry of late substitutions, De Gea’s number wasn’t one of the ones up. The Spaniard has now failed to save any of the last 35 penalties he has faced and with Solskjaer bringing on Alex Telles and Juan Mata to take his first two spot kicks, a thought must have gone to Dean Henderson too, who has saved eight penalties since De Gea last did, most recently in the 0-0 second leg Round of 32 clash against Real Sociedad in the same competition just three months ago. But that was the problem with Solskjaer the whole game: substitutes. There is a painful irony not lost on many of the Manchester United fans watching that as arguably the most famous substitute in English football history, Solskjaer is so against making any of his own. And it’s not because he wants to selfishly preserve his own legacy. It’s been an underlying problem from his Manchester United career so far, that as good as he has been as a man manager, Paul Pogba has attested to the difference in attitudes between Solskjaer and predecessor Jose Mourinho towards a benched player, his in-play game management is severely lacking. In their 61st match of a very long season, with a very short preseason, it took 100 minutes for Solskjaer to introduce his first substitute – Fred for teenager Mason Greenwood. Villarreal had already made five by the 88th minute, by comparison. Why keep the creativity of Donny van de Beek and Juan Mata or the pace of Dan James and Amad Diallo on the bench when you have 11 players who are so exhausted by chasing the ball around that when they get it, they’re too tired to do anything with it? Solskjaer did defend his approach, albeit only slightly better than his side defended set pieces on the night. “We had players out there, like Mason and Marcus (Rashford) who are match-winners,” he said. “Bruno (Fernandes) and Edinson (Cavani) can create anything, Scott McTominay was the best player on the pitch and we had Paul (Pogba). It was difficult to make that change when Fred had been injured for a week. But we couldn’t create enough chances. We needed to play our way into the box quicker.” He is of course correct, his best players were indeed on the pitch and have the ability to create something out of nothing. But it is much more difficult to do that after being overworked so much throughout the season. And that was the second major flaw on display in Gdansk. Harry Maguire played every game until he eventually broke down, missing the final and leaving his Euro 2020 place in jeopardy while Bruno Fernandes has played 57 of United’s 61 games this season, plus nine more for his country. Marcus Rashford has also played 57 (59 including England appearances). As fit as he is, Edinson Cavani is 34 years old. It has been a theme of the second half of the season, that Solskjaer doesn’t deem the squad good enough to rotate regularly, despite having signed Van de Beek for just that reason. He has now implored the club’s owners to invest further in the squad – but he must also learn how to manage it, like Pep Guardiola does so effortlessly through his constant chopping and changing at Manchester City. Solskjaer added: “We are here now, we need to do better, we need to work better, work harder, cleverer. But as I said two or three players to strengthen the starting XI and the squad all together is important for us to go even further. “Because I’m sure our contenders or challengers will also want to improve and we want to improve as much as we can.” The third flaw comes back to the goalkeeper situation. “You go through every scenario,” he said after the defeat. “It had crossed my mind in the build-up to the game but we were confident in David [De Gea]. Anything can happen in a penalty shootout and I went with the keeper who had played the whole game.” David De Gea or Dean Henderson? It started as De Gea, then shifted to Henderson, and then back to De Gea. The decision of who to start in the final was set to likely decide which player would be allowed to leave. It is not any clearer now, as cruel as it is to blame De Gea for this loss.
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