Real wins game of the year
José Mourinho comes, he sees and he conquers. He did it in Portugal, he did it in England, he did it in Italy and he is doing it in Spain. We explain the secrets of the Portuguese guru, the pioneer of scientific football; the best soccer manager, in terms of games played and trophies won, that the game has known.
Real wins game of the year José Mourinho comes, he sees and he conquers. He did it in Portugal, he did it in England, he did it in Italy and he is doing it in Spain. We explain the secrets of the Portuguese guru, the pioneer of scientific football; the best soccer manager, in terms of games played and trophies won, that the game has known. Barcelona 1 Real Madrid 2 It has long been said that José Mourinho knew how to beat Barcelona, except he would not be allowed to play like that. Today José Mourinho proved them all wrong, with a marvellous display of scientific football which negated Barça's psyche. Basically, Barcelona did not know how to play against Real Madrid and at the end of the game, the players were beaten, defeated and tamed.
At home. The beast "Barça" is no more. Should Guardiola move abroad? No, because his success is guaranteed by the structure of Barcelona Football Club, as is the success of many players and coaches at FC Porto. Should he stay? Yes, because Mourinho will be moving elsewhere. He came, he saw and he conquered. The Spanish Primera Liga Championship was wrapped up today at Nou Camp and Barcelona now knows that if it beats Chelsea, and Real beats Bayern, then Mourinho has discovered the secret and knows how to make Barça look very mediocre.
It is the second-season Mourinho magic show. Real scored the first on 17'. Corner from di Maria, headed on by Pepe, Khedira buried the ball. 0-1. It took Barça until minute 70' to equalise - shot from Adriano, rebound, Alexis Sánchez, second stab.
1-1. Three minutes later, Cristiano Ronaldo, who as a child ran up and down Lisbon's streets with weights tied to his legs because he wanted to be the best soccer player in the world... buried Ozil's pass in the net. Mourinho's secret? Scientific football. Born into a soccer family (his father was goal-keeper in the Portuguese First Division), José Mourinho grew up with soccer plasma in his bloodstream but also studied at the Faculty of Human Motricity, of the Technical University of Lisbon. Mourinho's secret is intelligence and organization. He studies the opponent, rather than saying "My team always plays this way and we shall continue to play this way" and he chooses his players accordingly, for the next match.
His training sessions are interesting and force his players to think strategically, and finally, his players know who they will be confronting on the field, and what they have to do to win the game... fruit of the famous six-minute meetings at dinner time the night before the next game. The result? Seven points clear at the top of the Spanish Primera Liga. Next stop? Manchester City!! Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey Pravda.Ru .