Minnesota United: Adrien Hunou compares MLS and Ligue 1
Newly arrived in Major Soccer League, Adrien Hunou learns to evolve in a championship which he considers different in the game, as he tells it to Prolongation, for Ouest-France.
At 27, Adrien Hunou chose to take the plunge, joining the United States, and the MLS. As he explains on Wednesday, the difference with Ligue 1 is notable. “The management of strong or weak beats hardly exists. Everything is done with energy. Everything leans for a game very focused on the front. «
The striker then develops on the specifics of his Minnesota United, and the difference with the SRFC. “I’m learning to take more races, more duels, a game that goes quickly from side to side. I’m adapting, I have to compose without this possession game that we had in Ligue 1 with Stade Rennais. I often find myself managing calls in the phases of transition, of rapid attacks. There is both a quest for depth to create spaces, stretch the opposing block, but also, and it is in my nature, returns as close as possible to the ball to fill. “In 18 appearances, Adrien Hunou has already found the net 4 times, and delivered an assist.