The ability to make precision passes under pressure makes the difference in an average player versus a great player.
by : Alec Fenn
Here is a great example from a top performer.
As a result of his vision, low centre of gravity and magnetic touch, David Silva is considered a master. Constantly slipping passes through gaps and creating chances in the final third.
Check out this drill designed by Coerver Coaching’s Alfred Galustian (@coerveralf).
This drill is based around the Spaniard’s skill set. It will challenge you to keep the ball in tight spaces and as a result pick that killer pass when the opportunity presents itself.
If you put the time in at practice you will eventually equip your game with Silva -inspired style. Filled with finesse, patience, good first touch and an eye for a defense splitting pass.
Read more at http://www.fourfourtwo.com/performance/training/how-play-david-silva-master-assist#wfK1SlI37wYcheoj.99