Retaining momentum after scoring a goal

Don't let the other team score immediately after you do - keep that pressure on, says England U20 head coach Peter Taylor

The few minutes immediately after scoring a goal can be the most crucial of the 90 for any team.

Not only is complacency (or even surprise) an issue – some teams just don't know what to do; whether they should change their style of play, if at all.

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Too many sides sit back and let their foot off the accelerator; others deliberately set their sights on defence and let the opposition bring the attack.

With England under-20 head coach Peter Taylor's help, learn to get your tactics right and keep your momentum after scoring a goal.

See also:
Peter Taylor: Get the best out of wingers
Peter Taylor: Defending for wingers

Jamie Carragher: the Miracle of Istanbul

Peter Taylor: selecting a captain

Peter Taylor's three top tips for young players

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