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New FIFA 21 Hack Shows Scoring From A Corner Kick Is Incredibly Easy

New FIFA 21 Hack Shows Scoring From A Corner Kick Is Incredibly Easy

FIFA 21 has been out for less than a day and somebody has already figured out how to score directly from a corner kick.

If you're tired of floating balls into the box only to be headed away by Virgil van Dijk or any other overpowered defender, YouTuber Wrzzer has got your back.

It is suggested that you use a player with high curve so the example video uses Liverpool full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has 88.

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Alexander-Arnold might not be to your fancy, so Ricardo Quaresma (94), Lionel Messi (93), Hakan Calhanoglu (92), James Ward-Prowse (91) and Hakim Ziyech (90) are good options to test it with.

Image Credit: Wrzzer/YouTube
Image Credit: Wrzzer/YouTube

Secondly, you must direct the aiming circle behind the back post and sure to use the left joystick to apply curve before applying power.

Then delivering the corner, charge the cross button (square on PS4 or X on Xbox One) for maximum power as shown below.

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Image Credit: Wrzzer/YouTube
Image Credit: Wrzzer/YouTube

The video then goes on to show Alexander-Arnold and Messi whip their corners in to the bemusement of their managers.

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Two men who won't be waxing lyrical about crazy set pieces are Martin Tyler and Alan Smith, who look to have been removed from commentary.

For the first time since 2005, it appears Tyler and Smith have been replaced as the default commentators, with Lee Dixon and Derek Rae stepping into that role after featuring on Champions League and Europa League commentary in the previous two editions.

The Sky Sports are not featured in FIFA 21 in any capacity, based on early releases.

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Image Credit: PA
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Dixon and Rae, who were first introduced to the game in FIFA 19, appear to be the only option when it comes to commentary this year, although this could potentially change on Friday's official release date.

In the past there have been petitions to add Chris Kamara and Ray Hudson into the FIFA experience but EA have decided against any of those additions.

What do you think of FIFA 21 so far? Do you prefer it to last year's game?

Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: Wrzzer/YouTube

Topics: gaming news, Football News, Football, FIFA 21

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