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BenDTner
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You may have noticed that your opponent changes their mentality after nearly ever goal scored so I was wondering what do you guys do when your opponent changes mentality.

I tend to start out attacking and if it doesn't work I change to counter.

When the opponent is behind it tends to change to balanced and then if you stay the same they tend to bring the game back.

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I try to stick to attacking but I will drop to counter (disciplined, slow, short) late on now and again or to overload if I'm after a goal. Another option I'm experimenting with when goal searching is playing with the width, I'm naturally narrow but going wider has secured me a few wins from drawing positions. 

Personally I never look at what the AI is doing so I trust my gut and the stats to make my decisions. 

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2 minutes ago, Ashez said:

I try to stick to attacking but I will drop to counter (disciplined, slow, short) late on now and again or to overload if I'm after a goal. Another option I'm experimenting with when goal searching is playing with the width, I'm naturally narrow but going wider has secured me a few wins from drawing positions. 

Personally I never look at what the AI is doing so I trust my gut and the stats to make my decisions. 

what about when you feel like you are getting dominated thats when I sometimes fall to counter fast narrow

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Just now, BenDTner said:

what about when you feel like you are getting dominated thats when I sometimes fall to counter fast narrow

If the AI are all over me I'll for sure drop to counter which is pretty effective. I never go below counter though. 

The key is to always ensure you keep an outlet and a threat. 

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1 minute ago, Ashez said:

If the AI are all over me I'll for sure drop to counter which is pretty effective. I never go below counter though. 

The key is to always ensure you keep an outlet and a threat. 

The AI seem to rarely ever go higher then balance

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3 minutes ago, BenDTner said:

The AI seem to rarely ever go higher then balance

Counter will still invite them on to you so with the right outballs, pace and threat I don't think it matters how attacking they get lol

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I personally have a system where if it looks like the opponent is getting the upper hand i move from attacking to balanced and turn my CBs to a more defensive role

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