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Euro 2020 Group J - Bosnia and Herzegovina v. Greece (26 March 2019, Bilino Polje Stadium, Zenica)

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If that's the starting line, we're not scoring a f'n goal unless someone make a miracle play. Donis and Fortounis are literally on their own upfront. Does this coach realize we're playing Bosnia and not a German Spain super team? 

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Like can we not just have coach that fields his best 11 against a good team and says go out there and do what you do? We continously fail because the coaches keep putting the players in a position to fail. 

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He's playing defensive and hoping to counter with Donis all alone....If chasing a goal, he can add Masouras/Koulouris.  I would have liked to see Masouras - Koulouris - Donis. 

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If that's the lineup then I'm happy there's no Bakasetas! Looks like we are going for a nil nil? Hopefully we can get a goal and get out of there with 3 points... PA ME ELLAS!! 

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39 minutes ago, J1078 said:

I wasn't expecting that at all... No Masouras and no Kolouris???  

I thought Masouras would have found his way into the starting 11.

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4 minutes ago, Brklyngrk said:

He's playing defensive and hoping to counter with Donis all alone....If chasing a goal, he can add Masouras/Koulouris.  I would have liked to see Masouras - Koulouris - Donis. 

Looks like that's the case 

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17 minutes ago, gsots said:

If that's the starting line, we're not scoring a f'n goal unless someone make a miracle play. Donis and Fortounis are literally on their own upfront. Does this coach realize we're playing Bosnia and not a German Spain super team? 

I see your point it bugs me too, but the thinking is get the draw in Bosnia and we put the pressure on them going forward for 2nd spot. The only thing is Greece have to beat Bosnia at home. 

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it's possible we can win the midfield since we loaded it with zeca samaris kourbelis bouchalakis

super weird line up though. only positive is he dropped bakasetas but i'm face palming so hard at donis solo striker.

one thing that's positive is it will be hard for bosnia to score

kinda dense to leave out masouras who was your starter when he assisted donis who's now your soul striker. How do coaches get their jobs lol

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BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA

 

12 Sehic(GK)

3 Bicackik

5 Kolasinac

7 Besic

8 Visca

9 Duljevic

10 Pjanic

11 Dzeko(Captain)

13 Cimirot

15 Sunjic

17 Zukanovic

 

BENCH

 

1 Kjosevski(GK)

22 Piric(GK)

2 Civic

4 Todorovic

6 Memisevic

14 Gojak

18 Kodro

19 Krunic

20 Zakaric

23 Milosevic

 

Manager: Robert Prosinecki(CRO)

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GREECE

 

1 Vlachodimos(GK)

2 Bakakis

5 Siovas

6 Bouchalakis

8 Zeca

10 Fortounis

15 Donis

19 Papastathopoulos(Captain)

21 Kourbelis

22 Samaris

23 Koutris

 

BENCH

 

12 Paschalakis(GK)

13 Barkas(GK)

3 Valerianos

4 Risvanis

7 Siopis

9 Koulouris

11 Ntourmisai

14 Bakasetas

16 Masouras

17 Kolovos

18 Mavrias

20 Kolovetsios

 

Manager: Angelos Anastasiadis(GRE)

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We're really playing scared here. We should be playing them straight up

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1:0 Bosnia

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Great start!! what an embarrassment 

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1-0 Bosnia. Horrible start by us, have let Bosnia go what they want and how did we leave Visca that much room on the corner

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That’s what happens when you play scared and just sit back..

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Papastathopoulos gives away a stupid corner, Pjanic plays it in low to Visca, the shot blocked in front by Zeca, comes right back to Visca and he scores.

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Besic, save Vlachodimos!

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Greek players are just running around, like a chicken with its head chopped off.

They have no plan, no purpose.

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