I don’t really think so. It’s missing progression and momentum. There’s no drive that can build to a win that you are anticipating. There’s usually not a succession of good or great plays that keeps you engaged leading to a score. It’s usually great plays…nothing, great plays…nothing, over and over, then finally great play…score. Or a turtling team stops them all and all the great plays were absolutely worthless and flip a coin in PKs.
Soccer is really good as a condensed game, shots on goal, corners, and great individual plays.
Well I think Kentucky has more Europeans than Americans on their team so you almost have your wish. Twice as many fouls on them and you can’t run past one of them without them falling down. Almost unwatchable.