Attack is the best defensive plan?
The first 7 rounds of the Premier League this year showed that there was no team that kept clean at a ratio of a goal / battle or less when Arsenal as the least mesh team also left 8 goals. In the least 7 teams, no club stands in the top 4 and the highest position belongs to Wolves with 5th place.
Liverpool occupies the top of the Premier League table despite the highest grid of the tournament
But with the best attackers, Tottenham and Liverpool with the highest number of goals, second Premier League has occupied the top 2 positions, Chelsea ranked 6th with the third good public goods of the tournament, while Everton scored little More than Chelsea and grew more but still ranked in the third. Southampton scored 14 goals after 7 matches and is currently in the top 4.
3 Top 4 teams win over the weekend showing different faces. Liverpool was quite deadlocked before West Ham but got the shine of Jota & Shaqiri's reserves, while Tottenham won 3 points thanks to "Super Reserve" Gareth Bale.
As for Southampton, they are a team that tends to become a Newcastle 1995/96 when attacking very intensely (Lead 3-0 after 1st of 1) but also quickly punctured (3 goals, there are 2 goals in minutes compensation hours).
The public opinion will question whether the "taking compensator" solution can last longer the effectiveness. Liverpool did it because of the injury while Southampton did because of the nature of the game, but Tottenham was the team also at the net group from the beginning of the season and possibly moving to a tight-fitting stone face at another time if it was ... Required.
Tottenham scored at all 7 rounds and was leading the Premier League oil on the number of phases
The actual Arsenal and Man City have started playing more closely before, Arsenal this season invests a lot of money for defense, and City continuously wins with a minimum gap and each time a goal is to withdraw to demand protection Monks instead of continuing to attack as before. It's strange to replace when two beautiful stone teams are playing practically, and people are waiting to see how high they will reach this approach.
Exposing "true face"
Everton didn't have James Rodriguez, no Richarlison and Lucas Digne seemed to be a completely different Everton. They did not have a combination, without mutiveness in the game before Newcastle and after the Liverpool draw, 2 consecutive rounds Everton were defeated, causing the early excitement in the season.
What Coach Carlo Ancelotti or was most criticized was that he leaned against creative players too much and when they were absent, the team's gameplay became deadlocked. James's absence seems to reinforce that argument and this season Everton E will be able to maintain the Top 4 capacity if it is only waiting for a player.
Ancelotti's Everton struggled when James Rodriguez was not on the field
Aston Villa's defense has punctured up to 7 goals after only 2 rounds, the following route of the Midlands team seems to have returned to the year of the season to release 2019/20. 2 matches against Leeds and Southampton, Villa all lost a scenario: The opponent kicked Pressing height and putting troops bordered. Once the opponent catches, e that Aston Villa's slide will be quite fast.
With MU, they were near the bottom of the slope after a tedious defeat against Arsenal. Boring because the coach Mikel Arteta is smart enough to let the school be slow, surrounding the wings to force Mu when the ball has to play slowly without counterattack. MU can eat the Champions League teams to play high, but in the Premier League they fall into a deadlock against the crowded crafts, even now the clubs he came up with Bruno Fernandes blockade solution.
This is not a home / passenger or Premier League / Champions League problem, which is OLE Gunnar Solskjaer still doesn't know how to train MU attackers to have a series that only rely on the sparks of individuals to score, Or some technical swords penalty.