🎥 Three at the back explained: How it works and how to defeat it

Onefootball Alex Footman

From the classic 4-4-2 to Pep’s 4-3-3 to wing-backs and false nines, tactics change these days quicker than Paul Pogba’s hairstyles.

But when a tactic dominates as thoroughly as the 3-5-2 did under Conte last season, we think it’s worth taking a look at it – both how to work it, and how to defeat it.