When after two hours of play the difference is 1 goal, details such as one missed shot or one turnover is crucial for the overall victory.
What was certainly obvious to everyone who watched the match was Višček’s bad day. The team scored only 3 goals out of 11 possession with him in the lineup and coach Uros Zorman responded well by introducing Kotar with whom the team was significantly more efficient 23/43.
It was also a very good decision to play most of the match with the 9m line Horvat – Kotar – Radoković because it was the most efficient lineup 15/26.
We see the opportunity for better attack efficiency in deciding how many possessions to play with one or two pivots because a double pivot attack was significantly more effective 66% (4/6) than a single-pivot attack 38% (11/29), especially since with second pivot Ćorsović in the lineup, the team scored 100% possession.
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