In the offensive transition, there are two principles that Red Bull coaches follow. This first one, is that after recovering the ball there must be a player offering a clear passing line, a clear support, to the ball holder. The second principle is that there must be another player attacking the space, making sure to occupy the gaps opened in the defensive line.
Thanks to the combination of these two principles, Bayern and Leeds are able to create many chances and score often. Below we can see how in this play, after Bayern’s recovery, Leroy Sané is offering a clear support to his teammate, while Robert Lewandowski is attacking the gap opened in Union Berlin’s defense.