In 2004, I thought the Henry/Trezeguet duo was pretty dysfunctional as well. Both players never really played with a similar type player. Playing two up front meant Zidane had to play wide, where he of course, made more crosses, which actually suited Trezeguet well enough, at least in theory. Pires and Zidane also had to rotate between the two wings. It was weird to see. Neither were obviously comfortable wide right. However, what other choice did they have? Govou was average. The fact that the injury-plagued Wiltord (how many games did he play? like 15-20 all season?) even made the squad, said it all. Also didn't help that they still had to rely on an old Lizarazu at left-back. I don't even remember who played RB for them in that tournament, but I don't think it was anyone amazing. When you got Zidane and Pires as your wide playmakers, you at least need pace from the fullbacks. They didn't have that.