After three appearances and scoring just once, Robert Lewandowsky has criticised Xavi’s tactics.
The 35-year-old made it known that manager Xavi Hernandez hasn’t been starting enough attacking players, and that has caused the player to receive less of the ball, which has also contributed to his poor conversion rate this season.
According to Mundo Deportivo, the former Bayern Munich star spoke at Eleven Sports Poland, saying:
“We are Barça and we are expected not only to win, but to play good offensive football.” Lately that hasn’t been the way it should be, so we’ve been struggling to create more chances in matches… When we see Ferran or Ansu enter, two players going forward, we create more chances. Sometimes we don’t play enough offensive players, I don’t have support… So looking for the best solution for the team
“In many games I don’t have many chances to score. In the last two games I didn’t have many chances, I didn’t get many balls, so sometimes I had to create my chances. Gotta maintain my level, get back on track. He gets better with each game. Every season is different and this season is very long. We have many games and I think the important thing is not how you start, but how you finish.” Lewandowsky
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