Qatar World Cup: Julian Nagelsmann speaks on his tactical philosophy at Bayern Munich

Julian Nagelsmann detailed the tactical system he has applied at Bayern Munich in a guest appearance on the current DAZN show DECOD3D. Together with his former coach and German soccer pioneer Ralf Rangnick, Nagelsmann explains what he expects from his players in defense, how he uses the space on the pitch and the team’s strategy in the attack.

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Most opponents stand deep and rely on counterattacks to make the most of their chances. Nagelsmann explained that this places some demands on the team: You have a certain idea of how to open the game. Some coaches like to use a very wide back four to pull apart the opponent’s midfield. I prefer to pull apart the opponent’s defensive chains and try to create more space in the front three.

Above all, Nagelsmann wants his players to be compact and close off the space in the center to prevent possible counterattacks. That’s why our lineup certainly looked different from that of many other teams. It was all about keeping the midfield chain tight and utilizing the two wingers to pull the defence away from the opponent, according to the 34-year-old.

For me, it’s always been important that we keep the midfield closed. We often have two reserves against one of the opponent’s best players. Then we have three sixes to keep the center compact, and we have plenty of personnel for the counterattack. Opponents shouldn’t have that direct path through the center. For more detail about Football World Cup 2022 Tickets.

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Similar to German coach Hans Fricke, Nagelsmann emphasized the need to clutter the penalty area when his team pushes into the final third. This approach not only provides more attacking space for passers but also helps his team win the second ball and exploit the opponent’s confusion. When men come in, you tie up the opponents.

Nagelsmann said that the opponent’s personnel was reduced in defense. When we shoot, the likelihood of scoring is much higher because the rebound bounces off us. When you have five or six players in the 16, you can get almost every other ball. You can then counterattack more easily, and the likelihood of scoring an easy goal becomes greater.

Bayern Munich has been fortunate to be led by two tactical masters over the past two years. While Hans Fricke has proven he has the recipe for success, it will be interesting to see how Nagelsmann’s plans work against top teams in the knockout stages of the Champions League Football.

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