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MVP David Villa's Special FIFA FUT Card Is Bloody Incredible

MVP David Villa's Special FIFA FUT Card Is Bloody Incredible

David Villa was sporting a respectable FIFA card but after his exploits over in the States and subsequently being named the 'Most Valuable Player' in the MLS, FIFA have given the New York City talent an impressive upgrade.

The ex-Barcelona man bagged 23 goals this campaign as his side eventually finished second in the Eastern Conference and qualified for the playoffs for the first time.

Though the performances churned out in the league not only landed him the coveted MVP award but a "special" version of Villa's FUT card. Here's his original card:

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But following being crowned the leagues best player, EA Sports have handed out the Spanish frontman a special commemorative FUT card.

And it's mighty impressive. His dribbling ability hikes from 82 to 86 while his physical condition goes from 68 to 72 not to mention his shooting receiving a nice boost.

Congrats on the award, David.

Topics: FIFA 17, David Villa

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