When things arent working out, Suarez tends to try to do it all on his own.canucky008 said:I read the article. Didn't realise how badly Suarez was. But if he did sink that last ball off the post would we be so critical?
Another poster also said that when things aren't going well both strikers turn off and follow there own instincts
That's not good enough. They are a strike partnership and need to rely on one another as this will always yield better results than going at it alone. I just hope this is a good lesson that both can draw on thorough out the season
Arsenal set up to frustrate, to limit possession, and limit how much further up the pitch midfielders could go to support SAS.
When you as a team are being outplayed, are losing and your strike partner is losing balls rather than trying to pass it will take its toll.
Personally, i think it was something great that he did, no one ever stands up to Suarez even when he makes a wrong decision. They will become a stronger unit if that tension leads to respect and teamwork in future games.