Shallow Cut and Loops versus 2-3 to creat an expanded short corner.
Using shallow cuts can serve to distort the zone as well
1 dribbles at 2 (corner penetration)
2 makes a "two gap" shallow cut to fill the top gap for ball reversal
Shallow Cut (cont.)
1 follows the rule of always pass against the grain or your dribble vs 2-3 zone and finds 2 in the top gap.
2 may then gap dribble or quickly reverse to lift the wing and expand the short corner
Loops are the inverse of shallow cuts
2 dribbles at the top sending 1 on a two gap LOOP to the wing filling the side gap.
As X1 moves with 2 on the dribble 2 "throws back" to 1 in the side gap following the rule of always passing against the grain of your dribble vs. 2-3 zone
This forces wing defender (X4) to close to 1 thus expanding the short corner
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