MOSCOW, October 3 (RIA Novosti)
Young Boys Bern's attacking pair of Raul Bobadilla and Gonzalo Zarate are the danger men in a “very decent” side, Anzhi coach Guus Hiddink said Wednesday.
Russian Premier League leaders Anzhi face Swiss team Young Boys in the Europa League group stage Thursday.
“They are a very decent, very well organized team,” Hiddink said.
“If you’ve seen the two of Zarate and Bobadilla, they are the guys who can make the difference.”
Midfield strength allowed Zarate and Bobadilla to cause damage up front, Hiddink added.
“They have a good running midfield,” he said. “So the two up front can make difference based on a very good organization."
Hiddink said there would be no dramatic alterations to Anzhi's style to cope with the twosome.
“We don't want to change much of our tactics or much of our style of play.”
In the first games of the Europa League group stage, Anzhi drew with Udinese 1-1 while Young Boys lost to Liverpool 5-3, with Juhani Ojala scoring an own goal on the fourth minute.
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