When everything seemed to indicate that Battaglia would repeat the team to face Rojo, the DT surprised with a massive rotation. Why did you make that decision?
While Mouth prepares to face tonight Independent by Professional League, many fans still wonder why the coach, Sebastián Battaglia, decided to make seven modifications in the formation instead of repeating the team that beat Sarmiento. Within hours of the game, the motivations of the coaching staff came to light.
The decision surprised many because it seemed that Battaglia was going to repeat the team for the first time since he took office as coach of Xeneize, especially with the antecedent of the victory against Sarmiento on the last date. Nevertheless, the need on the part of the coaching staff prevailed not to take unnecessary risks shortly after the end of the season.
It is that, in addition to looking for the classification to the next Libertadores Cup through the annual table of the LPF, Boca is also one game away from winning the Argentine Cup, a trophy that also gives you a direct ticket to the continental competition. A) Yes, knowing that an injury now could put an important player out of competition for the remainder of the semester, the DT changed on the fly and decided that before Independiente will present an alternate team.
Also, the ability to rotate It gives you a chance to show up and add filming to those players who have not been adding many minutes, be it due to injuries – as is the case of Eduardo Salvio– or by tactical decisions – such as situations of Alan Varela and Agustín Sández, two youths who had good performances in their first matches but were relegated as the matches passed.
Boca’s formation to face Independiente
With the decision made to present an alternative team, the possible eleven of Mouth to visit Independent tonight, from 9:30 p.m. it would be: Agustín Rossi; Lewis Advincula, Lisandro Lopez, Charlie Left, Agustin Stupidity; Christian Medina, Alan Varela, Agustin Almond, Edward Salvio, Norberto Briasco and Cristian Pavón.