Yeah I guess. Its just hard for me to wrap my mind around exploitation of mental lapses. There are plenty of times you lose because of a change in tactics or personnel, but when the other teams strategy is to rely on a basic mental frick up its harder for me to believe they earned it. These are elementary principles of defending you learn in U12 and these guys are doing it every week. That tells me that at least part of it is us handing them their advantages.
That plays much less so in the second goal, but at least Agger would've given him a tighter angle and less daylight to find the face.
This post was edited on 2/12 at 7:30 pm