Based on limited research that I've done recently, it seems that the triangle formation is an attacking formation used primarily by midfielders to advance the ball by forming a rotating triangle pattern on the field and exploiting the many passing lanes that it can create in the defense. Is this understanding correct?
What kinds of things are important when trying to execute the triangle? (good passing, good dribbling, fast, disciplined, etc...)
What formations or techniques do coaches and players use to stop teams that rely heavily on the triangle?