First of all, you need to set two players, one on each side of the goal post, at a two-meter mark. This is called the “double hole”.
After both the players are set on their positions, you can position another two players on the wings, about six meters out of the goal post. Position two other players in the deep wing positions, about three meters out and near the sides of the pool. These four players form a perimeter around the double hole. They should stay far out from the double hole, enough to keep their defenders from sloughing in.
Control the ball on the perimeter until one of the holes is open. Give the ball to the open hole player wet. The hole player should try for a shot or draw a foul.
Have the player from the second hole turn inside on the defender if the hole player with the ball does not get fouled and is allowed the opportunity to shoot.
Instruct the hole player with the ball to pass quickly to the other hole player (if he is open and not fouled), who will immediately pass it back, hopefully setting up a quick shot on goal.