Argentine Ramon Diaz, coach of the football team at Al-Hilal club, faces his Greek rival, Giorgos Donis, coach of Al-Fateh team, for the third time tactically, after the two met in two confrontations before during the Saudi Professional League championship.
Diaz clearly outperforms his opponent, Donis, in previous confrontations, after leading Al-Hilal to defeat Fatah Donis by three clean goals, during the 29th round of last season’s competitions 2021-2022, and then also the victory of the Al-Hilal team, led by the Argentine coach, over Al-Fateh, which is coached by the Greek Donis, with a free goal. During the third round of the Roshen League in the current football season.
The duo Diaz and Donis agree on the tendency to initiate and attack, and to seek control and possession of the ball, and the language of numbers confirms this, with Al Hilal scoring 29 goals this season in 16 matches, while Al-Fateh players scored 30 goals in 18 rounds.
The two coaches also have extensive experience in Saudi and Arab stadiums, as Ramon Diaz previously led Al-Hilal during his first term from 2016 to 2018, in addition to training a number of teams in the region such as the Egyptian Pyramids, the Saudi Al-Ittihad, and the Emirati victory, before returning to Al-Hilal once. others over the past year.
Likewise, the Greek Donis, who also trained Al Hilal earlier during the period from 2015 to 2016, did the same, in addition to his leadership of the Emirati team, Sharjah, and the Saudi unit, before settling with the Al-Fateh team from January 2022 until now.
Diaz won with Al-Hilal two league championships in the 2016-2017 and 2021-2022 seasons, in addition to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup in 2017, while Denis won 3 championships with Al-Hilal after winning the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup in 2015, and the Super Cup in the same year, in addition to the Crown Cup. Al-Ahed in the 2015-2016 season.
Tactically, Diaz bets on a mix between the 4-4-2 and 4-2-3-1 plans, depending on the circumstances of his team and the capabilities of his opponent, with a variety of attacks between depth and sides, and making the most of the names he owns in order to create and score goals. The matter is not much different for Denis, who plays with my plans 4-2-3-1 and 4-4-1-1, and constantly focuses on quick transitions and using the wings to create opportunities, while not returning much to his areas in order to defend even against the big teams.
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