Claudio14 wrote:that happens frequently or just a one match thing?
"Rodriguez arrived with a reputation of being able to press without the ball very well, and there’s data pointing to his success in that category this season. His 2 tackles per game are only behind Russell Canouse, and it remains puzzling why United wouldn’t commit to high-pressing more often with him and Paul Arriola both in the lineup.
Is there room for improvement? Absolutely. Rodriguez only produced 0.8 key passes per game, a sign that for all his unquestionable technical ability, he still needs to see a larger number of options when on the ball, and to be less deferential."
For a guy who is new to MLS, new to this team, and very young, I thought he did well. Lots of ups and downs but overal, talented and worth bringing back. I feel about Titi like I felt about Lucho Acosta when we first got him—clearly talented with tremendous potential. But he’s not as moody as Lucho and he’s a better defender—less likely to coast during part of the game.
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