If the opponent pressures us then more space appears..

Our goal is to play the same, looking for goals, whatever the result. Sometimes it’s interesting to have a different type of game, but always controlling the play. If the opponent pressures us then more space appears, to know what areas of the pitch you can do more damage to the rival in is key.
— Luis Enrique

I have been studying the recent Barcelona vs Arsenal ties in the Champions League, specifically looking at how Barca build up play from their defensive third;

  • When they play short and when do they play direct?
  • What are the triggers?
  • What individual roles does each players play?

I hope to have this completed soon, but here is a quick sample of what to expect.