(T/F) Both an overlap and a give-and-go are great ways to get past a defender without trying to beat them by dribbling
The highlighted player is dribbling towards the defender for white. Assuming the defender does not move from his current position, at which point should the player in possession play the "give" pass?
In general, the player playing the 'go' pass should take at least two touches before playing it.
The highlighted player is in possession of the ball. Which passing combination is more appropriate in this scenario?
Overlaps are more commonly made into ______ areas.