Those 3 key moments are critical I see it sometimes as 4 moments.
1. In Possession look to counter attack as soon as possible if that is not possible look to play an expansive game based on possession and position in which my teams will retain and build progress and penetrate to finally create and finish.
2. Negative Transition if we lose it nearest player looks to press and dictates the trigger from there. This is also dependent on the score line and the competition we are in. If we cant press can we delay them playing into the back of us, meanwhile we get back into our shape and now look to dictate the play.
3. Out of possession again first option to press and win the ball back aggressively but with purpose, if this is not possible consider the delaying of their movement forward and get our shape through some cover and balance and also staying compact and squeezing as a unit. Finally we have to show control and restraint.
4. Positive Transition if we now steal the ball back how quickly can we intelligently get forward with as least touches and as much pace as possible to take advantage of the opposition out of balance