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Hey guys,

I am conceding a lot of goals from set pieces in general. Does anybody mind sharing tips on how to defend set pieces? Free kicks as well as corner kicks?

And I know about the attacking corner routine, does anybody also has tips for free kick routines or maybe another corner routine?

like to mix it up with different approaches from the left and from the right. Any help is welcome!

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15 hours ago, iXfeirce said:

I am conceding a lot of goals from set pieces in general. Does anybody mind sharing tips on how to defend set pieces? Free kicks as well as corner kicks?

Great question 😁

A couple of questions back to you:

(1) Type:
what type of set pieces are you conceding most from?

  • Headers from corners, crosses from free kicks, or long shots from free kicks?
  • It’s important to solve the right problem!

(2) Team:
what team / division / year are you in?

  • E.g. Watford + Norwich in the EPL will likely concede a lot, both because they are both weaker teams + have less aerially strong players vs their league opponents.

(3) Players:
how many of your first team players have +15 aerial / strength (for EPL/Champ) or +12 aerial / strength (for lower league)?

  • E.g. it it’s just your two DCs, then it’s likely the opposition have three to five in your penalty area!

(4) Preparation:
can you share screenshots of (1) your defensive set piece setups right now, plus (2) a screenshot of your starting team’s physical attributes (see example in spoiler).

  • E.g. perhaps you have aerially strong FBs, but they are positioned defending the posts, or a aerially strong ST who is left upfront, or no players on the edge of your box.
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(5) Prevention:
arguably the best option. What causes these set pieces + then how can you prevent them  from happening? … 

  • e.g. I was playing a 3142 (three DCs, Anchor, flat midfield 4) + conceded a lot of corners, as the opposition kept playing long balls down my flanks for an opposition ST / Winger to run to the byline and win a corner. I solved it by playing a “wider” width + a bizarrely a higher press! …
  • With a 41221 (with an IF + IW out wide), when I was leading in a game, my team were conceding a lot of corners + goals in the last 10-20 mins. So I started to switch to a “sterile possession” 41410 with 2 DWs, 2 FBs/DFBs, an AM in the AMC position + no striker. It meant I conceded a lot fewer ‘late corners’ (as my DWs provided more defensive cover on the flanks) + less opposition passing options through the middle, as had 4 players there!
  • e.g. if you are conceding a lot of free kicks centrally outside your box, perhaps you should change your aggressive BWM to a different role (anchor?) or a different (less aggressive) player, so you concede less free kicks (especially in the last 10 mins of a game you are winning 1:0 !)

(6) Rotation:
do you rotate your team without tweaking your set piece setups? (e.g. 1st team for league, 2nd team for cups)

  • you may find that your defensive set piece setup for your 1st team (with Ronaldo / your strong aerial ST) doesn’t help when your 2nd team striker is man marking instead (Martial / small quick poacher) !

 
Just some guiding questions + ideas 🙂 

Let us know what you think and if there’s any further areas you’d like to focus on. The more screenshots you share, the easier it is to help you!

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3 hours ago, DanEnglish said:

Great question 😁

A couple of questions back to you:

(1) Type:
what type of set pieces are you conceding most from?

  • Headers from corners, crosses from free kicks, or long shots from free kicks?
  • It’s important to solve the right problem!

(2) Team:
what team / division / year are you in?

  • E.g. Watford + Norwich in the EPL will likely concede a lot, both because they are both weaker teams + have less aerially strong players vs their league opponents.

(3) Players:
how many of your first team players have +15 aerial / strength (for EPL/Champ) or +12 aerial / strength (for lower league)?

  • E.g. it it’s just your two DCs, then it’s likely the opposition have three to five in your penalty area!

(4) Preparation:
can you share screenshots of (1) your defensive set piece setups right now, plus (2) a screenshot of your starting team’s physical attributes (see example in spoiler).

  • E.g. perhaps you have aerially strong FBs, but they are positioned defending the posts, or a aerially strong ST who is left upfront, or no players on the edge of your box.
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(5) Prevention:
arguably the best option. What causes these set pieces + then how can you prevent them  from happening? … 

  • e.g. I was playing a 3142 (three DCs, Anchor, flat midfield 4) + conceded a lot of corners, as the opposition kept playing long balls down my flanks for an opposition ST / Winger to run to the byline and win a corner. I solved it by playing a “wider” width + a bizarrely a higher press! …
  • With a 41221 (with an IF + IW out wide), when I was leading in a game, my team were conceding a lot of corners + goals in the last 10-20 mins. So I started to switch to a “sterile possession” 41410 with 2 DWs, 2 FBs/DFBs, an AM in the AMC position + no striker. It meant I conceded a lot fewer ‘late corners’ (as my DWs provided more defensive cover on the flanks) + less opposition passing options through the middle, as had 4 players there!
  • e.g. if you are conceding a lot of free kicks centrally outside your box, perhaps you should change your aggressive BWM to a different role (anchor?) or a different (less aggressive) player, so you concede less free kicks (especially in the last 10 mins of a game you are winning 1:0 !)

(6) Rotation:
do you rotate your team without tweaking your set piece setups? (e.g. 1st team for league, 2nd team for cups)

  • you may find that your defensive set piece setup for your 1st team (with Ronaldo / your strong aerial ST) doesn’t help when your 2nd team striker is man marking instead (Martial / small quick poacher) !

 
Just some guiding questions + ideas 🙂 

Let us know what you think and if there’s any further areas you’d like to focus on. The more screenshots you share, the easier it is to help you!

Thank you for the detailed information.

mostly I’m conceding from corners and direct free kicks.. but sometimes also a random free kick from deep. 
 

Currently playing with Burton in league 1 and still my first season, but my tactic is the same as always, had very success with it with previous saves but burton was a nice challenge. If the opponent plays with an amc i move dlp back to the dm spot.

regarding the physique of my players, also when I have everybody around 14/15 aerial the same happens. I had tested this before, just can’t get my routines right. Only the corner routine haha. Screenshots below: just looking for tips if possible! What you have suggested helps so came up with the following…33ED96E2-0A4E-4A1C-AF48-B98116057843.thumb.png.239605ce46b8d3f37d67e1a45be228f9.png2E13F0FF-4692-4C62-8490-E75761E48C21.thumb.png.ac436db83d694aa3dba86655f1a291e8.png3FDDA69E-8B8C-456D-87D7-3B321A600A4E.thumb.png.399f9beabed0931220bf89507c633a22.png71AE6A8C-AA26-44D2-A805-76D5E7F17371.thumb.png.9aa629da897ec94b8ac6de5e3bd84e9c.png49E79EEE-F971-4D15-81B3-7D396DF61F79.thumb.png.d57d4cbc02ed3ea0d54b77d424992b3e.png4E1F3FC9-01ED-4B8F-9A1E-478F0473E04E.thumb.png.4af7248d4618a0962559e29b122a43e3.png

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Great!

Specifically about defending corners + wide free kicks … if I gave you this image, how would you change your set piece setup? 🙂 

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Part 1:
Your Team Analysis: 

When you’ve answers the question above (in your head), below is my analysis + suggestions for your ‘defending corners’ setup …

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 The good news:

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  • DC Hughes = your best first team player in the air (15 for strength + aerial) => “mark tall player” is perfect for him.
  • ST Niasse = although his positioning is poor (just a 6), he’s also good in the air => “man mark” is perfect for him also.
  •  speedy star AMR Smith = is staying forward, perfect for the counter attack.

 
⁉️ The tweaks I recommend:

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  •  ⁉️ DC Oshilaja isn’t great in the air (14 strength, 11 aerial) => I’d change him to “man mark”.
  • ⁉️ Your two FBs are decent in the air  (both have 12 for aerial + strength) but defend the posts!🔻 => I’d change them to “man mark
  • ⁉️ Of your three MCs, Guedioura is the only one who’s good in the air (13 strength + aerial), but he’s closing form the corner, while the other two are staying back🔻=> I’d have Guedioura “man mark”, Lakin “defend post”, and passing master Haygarth on either ‘stay back’ or ‘no instructions’ so he can sit around the edge / outside of your box, to start a counter attack.
  • ⁉️ Then if you want someone closing down the corner, I’d pick AML Chapman, as he’s reasonably quick to chase down clearances, and isn’t useful in the box.

You'll notice this has your best aerial defender “marking tall player”, with 5x “man marking”, but only one player defending  the posts. If you want a 2nd players defending the posts, I’d pick either of AML Chapman or ST Niasse, your choice.

 
What do you think? Does this make sense?! 🙂 

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Part 2:
Opposition Analysis: 

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Ancient Chinese wisdom tells us that it’s not enough to only know yourself. You also need to know your enemy if you want to win most/all battles … 

 
Top Aerial Teams in League 1:

There are 5 teams who should consistently score against you from corners - because they have two (or more) players who have approx. 15+ strength/aerial, while you only have one. 

Charlton and Rotherham in particular should slaughter you, as they have FOUR players with approx. 15+ strength/aerial in their first team!

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See the green boxes / ticks - Accrington, Cambridge, Charlton, Morecombe, Rotherham

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Mediocre Aerial Teams in League 1: 
There are 10 teams who have a 50:50 chance of scoring from corners against you - because they also have one aerially strong player (15+ for strength / aerial) plus multiple players who are decent in the air (12-14 for strength / aerial).

4 of these 10 teams have many decent players in the air (Portsmouth, Shrewsbury, Wigan, Wycombe) - while the other 6 teams have just a few.

Spoiler

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WEAKER Aerial Teams in League 1: 
There are 7 teams who are weaker aerially than you, so you shouldn’t concede many headers from corners against them. 

You’ll see they have no players in their first team with +15 aerial / strength (green), and usually just a few decent players in the air (12-14 aerial / strength … yellow).

Spoiler

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Summary
Note that (a) teams will change/rotate their first team players (so this analysis isn’t exact) and (b) not all of their aerially strong or decent players will be in your box …

… BUT this does give you guidance on how many teams should score headers from corners / wide free kicks against you.

If you want to further improve, then either:

  1. Better Players - you’ll need players who are better in the air (aerial, strength, and prefer positioning)
  2. Better Tactics - it’s preferred if you can prevent your opposition having corners / wide free kicks. E.g. when defending a lead, perhaps change your WBs to FBs, plus your IF / IW to DWs, with a more ‘sterile possession’ style. Then you should give away fewer corners for example!

What do you think? 🙂  
 

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Part 3:
Conceding Free Kicks:

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Especially if you are conceding goals directly from free kicks late in the game - what tweaks can you make to PREVENT giving away free kicks in central areas outside your box?

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Your central midfield three are the key players to analyse - screenshots in spoiler:

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Technical

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Mental

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Physical

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(1) AP / 
Hogarth
Your young pass master is great going forward, but poor defensively🔻(5 tackling / positioning). Also he’ll get tired🔻in the late game (9 stamina). 

  • Recommendation = if you are trying to protect a narrow lead, sub him off in the last 20-30 mins, replacing him with a more defensive midfielder (e.g. Conor Shaughnessy?) with a non-aggressive, more defensive role (e.g. normal CM role?).  
     

(2) DLP / Lakin
A decent defensive all-rounder, Lakin has a 10-11 attribute for tackling, positioning, decisions, and aggression. With good stamina (14), he is unlikely to be the main cause of conceding late free kicks 👍 

  • Recommendation = none / keep on the pitch.

 
(3) B2B / 
Guedioura
Also decent defensively, your 35 year old veteran also has 10-11s in tackling, positioning and decisions 👍

However he is more aggressive (16)🔻and has lower stamina (10)🔻than a typical B2B midfielder needs, so he’ll both tire + potentially concede more fouls in the late game.

  • Recommendation = if you are trying to protect a narrow lead, firstly change his role (to a CM?) for the second half of the game, to preserve his limited fitness / stamina.
  • Secondly, if he’s on a yellow card, or is committing lots of fouls, you may want to sub him off in the last 20-30 mins, to prevent him getting a 2nd yellow card, or conceding free kicks outside your box - though this is a risk as he’s a defensively solid player.

 
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If you want to be even more cautious, to prevent opposition free kicks late in the game, then:

  • AMR/L = you could drop these back into the MR/L positions, in a DW or WM role. While they both have poor tackling + positioning, their stamina + decision making is fine.
  • ST = could move back into the AMC position, in a AM role, to close down the opposition’s central passing options into their midfielders. If so, you may want to sub off ST Niasse, as his team working + stamina are both relatively low.


Summary: 
Overall in these three parts, we’ve learnt that:

  1. Defending Corners = there are some good tweaks you can make to better defend corners.
  2. Opposition Analysis = however some League 1 teams are better in the air than yours, so you’d either need better players, or better tactics to prevent giving them corners.
  3. Preventing Free Kicks = if you’re trying to hold onto a narrow lead late in a match, then there are some tweaks + subs you can do to better prevent conceding free kicks centrally.

 
What do you think?! Please share what changes you want to try, and any feedback you have 🙂 

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Wow, big analysis! Thanks for that! Learned a lot and will have a closer look at my defending players with corners and make the adjustments. Quick question: Is it helpfull defending posts? I rarely see the opposition mark them but it's a habit of mine to mark the posts.

The changes regarding my players, you are absolutely right. When defending a lead I normally make Lakin the DM with man mark and change the b2b player to a cm. (Guediara is to old and I always sub him off around the 60/65th minute mark. Besides that I make the wingback's fullback's.  But a good tip regarding my wingers to make them Defensive wingers. I will definetely try this out.

Prevention

The prevention problem has been massively helpfull (I think not just for me, there seems to be no guide about this).

Defending Free kick

Can you provide some set-ups or ways to defend direct free kicks? Almost itterlally every direct free kick goes in? I cant seem to find a routine for this. No 'tall' players to put in the wall, just lost on this one.

Big help, again, thank you! Definitely will have a closer look at my defending corners / wide free kicks. 

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@DanEnglish Big Thanks, I thought I would give it a go, Had 1 player mark the tall player and 5 players man mark. Only one speedy player up front and the playmaker with no instruction se he sits on the box. 

Summary:

Before  I asked for help: On average 2/3 highlights per game for the opponent with wide free kicks and corners and on average 1 goal per game for them. 

After implementing advices: 3! highlights and 1 goal against (10 matches) Other games litterally no highlights with wide free kicks or corners. (funny it was against Charlton who you mentioned haha). 

Still struggling with direct free kick goals. Like they all have messi's.......... Hope you can react to my post above regarding this.

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Am delighted to see this has been useful for you! 😁

9 hours ago, iXfeirce said:

Quick question: Is it helpfull defending posts?

That’s a great question. I don’t know! I’ve never tested without - as in real life I always want players defending the posts. Sorry, I don’t know.

8 hours ago, iXfeirce said:

Still struggling with direct free kick goals. Like they all have messi's

Well we’ve already discussed trying to prevent the foul / prevent the free kick. Plus I assume you have turned off “hard” tackling, and in the last 10-20 mins you turn on “cautious” tackling … ?!


Part 4:
Defending Free Kicks:

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Right now you have 4 players in your defensive wall. As you can see in the image above, Barcelona (and many other elite teams) have 6 players in the wall !

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Your Setup

Here are two alternative setups for you. Both have 6 players in the wall (!) plus your 2 DCs man-marking …

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This has your 2 FBs ‘staying back’ …

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… and this one has your 2 FBs marking each post (!) - I don’t know if this works, but if you’re conceding a lot of goals, then it’s worth testing 🙂 

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Your Keeper

I also wonder whether changing your GK would help … ? Maybe, maybe not …

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On loan Kovar has better aerial and agility than your #1 GK Garratt - may be easier to save opposition free kicks ?

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Thoughts? 🙂 

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Yes, it has been massively helpfull! Only conceding against teams with more than 1/2 aerially strong players.. but I am in my first season so when I get better players my defence will improve as well. 
 

Maybe someone else with thoughts about defending the posts? I will keep this on for now!

preventing

I am indeed trying to prevent the free kicks as much as possible. I never have hard tackling on. Always neutral and switch to cautious indeed. Sometimes I look at the ‘referee his desicion’ if he is resolute / strict I change to cautious.. do you look at the referee at all?

Keeper

Are agility and aerial the main attributes regarding free kicks? Or just it most applies to defending them..

setup

I will test these setups, thanks. But no one staying up front to break? Is this your setup as well haha?

big thanks again!

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On 5/9/2022 at 12:28, iXfeirce said:

Gracias por la información detallada.

la mayoría de las veces concedo desde las esquinas y los tiros libres directos... pero a veces también tiros libres al azar desde lo profundo. 
 

Actualmente juego con Burton en la liga 1 y todavía es mi primera temporada, pero mi táctica es la misma de siempre, tuve mucho éxito con las paradas anteriores, pero Burton fue un buen desafío. Si el oponente juega con un amc, muevo dlp de vuelta al punto dm.

en cuanto al físico de mis jugadores, también cuando tengo a todos alrededor de 14/15 aéreos pasa lo mismo. Había probado esto antes, simplemente no puedo hacer bien mis rutinas. Solo la rutina de la esquina jaja. Capturas de pantalla a continuación: ¡solo buscando consejos si es posible! Lo que ha sugerido ayuda, así que se le ocurrió lo siguiente...33ED96E2-0A4E-4A1C-AF48-B98116057843.thumb.png.239605ce46b8d3f37d67e1a45be228f9.png2E13F0FF-4692-4C62-8490-E75761E48C21.pulgar.png.ac436db83d694aa3dba86655f1a291e8.png3FDDA69E-8B8C-456D-87D7-3B321A600A4E.thumb.png.399f9beabed0931220bf89507c633a22.png71AE6A8C-AA26-44D2-A805-76D5E7F17371.thumb.png.9aa629da897ec94b8ac6de5e3bd84e9c.png49E79EEE-F971-4D15-81B3-7D396DF61F79.thumb.png.d57d4cbc02ed3ea0d54b77d424992b3e.png4E1F3FC9-01ED-4B8F-9A1E-478F0473E04E.pulgar.png.4af7248d4618a0962559e29b122a43e3.png

I'll give you some advice and the truth is that it worked for me, maybe I'll call it the wall of Berlin or China haha

 

 I conceded few goals with these set pieces tactics:

 

 in corners

 

 If your game is 41221, it would be your post wingers (both) your defenders and your holding midfielder you put Mark the tall man, and all your players mark the man except one winger of yours (depending on whether the corner is left or right). so you can put pressure on the corner)

 

 In close fouls both in the 4 boxes,

 

 You do the same procedure as this one that I just told you about, only here it is useful to change your sides go to the posts and your wingers are going to mark the man with your MC, the forward and the ones that are left over you put them in the barrier.

 

 And this would be like a small guide, you can base yourself on this example and adapt it to the tactics you use (depending on whether you are 5212 or 532), in that case you could put your hitch (5212) to press the corner and in the case of 532 a striker, it is defensive but it guarantees you a solid defense from set pieces, but you do have to check the attributes of your players

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But taking advantage of tactical aerial game aids, the opposite happens to me, I would like to score many goals in free kicks (free kicks), I would like my striker to score many goals or defense (depending on who has the best aerial game) in plays set pieces.

 

 Be careful: in the field of the corner I already understand what to do and what technique to do, what if I would like to know what tactics I can do to score goals in left free kick, left close free kick, right free kick, right close free kick, distant free kicks.

Does anyone advise me? :(

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On 6/9/2022 at 18:24, DanEnglish said:

¡Estoy encantado de ver que esto ha sido útil para ti! 😁

Esa es una gran pregunta. ¡No sé! Nunca he probado sin ellos, ya que en la vida real siempre quiero jugadores que defiendan los postes. Lo siento, no lo sé.

Bueno, ya hemos discutido cómo evitar la falta / evitar el tiro libre. Además, supongo que ha desactivado el abordaje "duro" , y en los últimos 10-20 minutos activa el abordaje "cauteloso"... ?!


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Defensa de tiros libres:

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Ahora mismo tienes 4 jugadores en tu muro defensivo. Como puedes ver en la imagen de arriba, ¡Barcelona (y muchos otros equipos de élite) tienen 6 jugadores en la pared !

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Su configuración

Aquí hay dos configuraciones alternativas para usted. Ambos tienen 6 jugadores en la pared (!) más tus 2 CD marcando al hombre...

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Esto tiene a tus 2 FB 'quedándose atrás'...

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… y este tiene tus 2 FB marcando cada publicación (!) - No sé si esto funciona, pero si concedes muchos goles, entonces vale la pena probarlo 🙂 

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tu guardián

También me pregunto si cambiar tu GK ayudaría... Tal vez tal vez no …

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En préstamo, Kovar tiene mejor juego aéreo y agilidad que su GK Garratt número 1. ¿Puede ser más fácil salvar los tiros libres de la oposición?

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¿Pensamientos? 🙂 

Hi, in my case it's the opposite, I can't score many goals through aerial play both in far, close and corner fouls (I know there is a trick to score many goals from corners but I would like to see another way without that trick ), I will attach the images of my aerial game pieces

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