Mauricio Pochettino is in the eye of the storm right now. its PSG is achieving the results that are expected based on the quality of his squad, but his figure is being highly questioned due to his style of play that he fails to convince, while a possible exit to him is rumored Manchester United.
Yesterday the spotlight was turned on Murphy’s coach after the Parisian team’s 2-1 defeat against Manchester City, which generated severe criticism from Thierry Henry in statements to CBS Sports: “If you want to win the Champions League, you can’t defend with seven players. It’s impossible, I don’t care who you are. “
The Arsenal and Barcelona legend went into more detail to examine the team’s tactical problems: “The full-backs are exposed, so it’s practically a three-on-one, three-on-two on the field. The team that wins titles, and the Champions League even more, have their three forwards facing the ball. That way, the sides will be more comfortable with what happens behind them“.
Finally, the also world and European champion with the French team drew a comparison between the rivals he faces in Ligue 1 and in the Champions League: “Right now they are too exposed. France teams can’t expose them, but Manchester City can“.