I got my hands on the full match for Sheffield United vs Arsenal and this will be a perfect example to show some stuff. I feel the technical stuff have been really highlighted upon in all posts, so this will focus on his tactical abilities and his positioning. One thing I want to also note is that he is a master of helping play his team out of pressure.https://ok.ru/video/1365562755773?fromTime=209
start at 1:26 in the match. He plays the ball short from a free kick up the line, which then gets forwarded up the line a bit more. However, the recipient is facing backwards and can't turn. Norwood sees that there is an available position if he moves infield a few meters, which he does and becomes a really good option that should have been played to.https://ok.ru/video/1365562755773?fromTime=324
and 3:21 in the match he again just takes the 2-3 steps backwards to free himself up and play a really good one touch pass over the tophttps://ok.ru/video/1365562755773?fromTime=718
9:53 he knows the ball will come to him here and just gets it moving quickly to a lower pressure zone. He starts in an area where he will be pressured quickly, but gets it out of his feet and keeps it moving.https://ok.ru/video/1365562755773?fromTime=1442
22:00 they overload the flank with a forward, a midfielder, and a center back all attacking in that area. Notice where Norwood is? He is back waiting to get the ball and split Arsenal with a pass when they go to shift position after he gets the ball. Then he can take a defender out of that area and the overload is back on. It advances the ball through a tier of the defense while keeping the same amount of attackers in that position. https://ok.ru/video/1365562755773?fromTime=1832
28:26 he knows that Sheffield United are always trying to switch play, so he stakes himself out on the opposite end of the pitch since the 3 CBs provide enough passing possibilities between themselves to find a way to get the ball to the other side of the pitch. They do, and you can see just how opportune of a position Norwood finds himself in then. Even when he pulls back, it is because the overlapping CB is coming and he is giving depth to cover there in case both offensively and defensively. https://ok.ru/video/1365562755773?fromTime=1871
29:08 you can see the start to a really well executed play by Sheffield here. They are exchanging the ball between the CB and the LB who then gets a really good run from Mousset up top to lay the ball back to the midfielder in the space vacated by Mousset's run. I do not know how Jurgens thought they are ugly. This is far from it.
More coming tomorrow, just stopping for the night!