He's much more adventurous with David Wagner's tactics, much more involved in generating scoring chances and even scoring by himself.
He's exactly the kind of midfielder Huddersfield really lacked when Wagner managed The Terriers in Premier League. They were fairly competent at keeping ball possesion, but they seriously lack depth to add extra volume in attack and create chances to score, something which would have been heavily boosted if having players like Serdar.
Akephalos wrote:Hs shooting is getting better, specially his SA. He always tries to place the ball into de corners and he succeeded sometimes with that kinda of shooting,
Yesterday, he scored a peach of that style against Gladbach.