Analysed team: France
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France, EUC 2019
After catching a block in their own endzone, France immediately spread the field then convert the short huck for the score
France, EUC 2019 (2)
A good example where downfield players bunch into a stack to ensure that there's sufficient available space to take advantage of isolations
France, EUC 2019 (3)
A successful fast break can often be as much down to the players who don't touch the disc as those who do. Notice the French female player near the camera at the moment the turn happens who turns and attacks the endzone, dragging a male defender away with her, helping France to generate defensive confusion which they are able to exploit.