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João Félix's FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Is Seriously Scary

Josh Lawless

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João Félix's FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Is Seriously Scary

João Félix's FIFA 20 Ultimate Team has been doing the rounds online and it's fair to say the Portuguese has one of the very best sides we've seen on this year's game.

The 2019 Golden Boy winner has got Benfica's badge as his crest because of the affinity he still has for his former side and the team is rated five-stars with 98 chemistry.

In goal he's got Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer, playing behind a defence of Manchester City's Joao Cancelo, RB Leipzig centre-back Ibrahima Konate (Champions League special card), Lucas Hernandez of Bayern Munich and his club teammate David Alaba - who also has a special card.

Image: PA
Image: PA

The midfield is where it gets properly tasty, however. 91-rated Kevin De Bruyne and 90-rated Brazilian legend Rivaldo, converted into a deeper role, pull the strings in a midfield which is anchored by the legendary pitbull himself, Gennaro Gattuso.

Last but by no means least, the strikeforce is packed with pace and skill as English duo Raheem Sterling and Jadon Sancho line up on the flanks and give support to Felix's very own 99-rated pro card.

It's really got a bit of everything. Good luck coming up against this team:

Sticking with wonderkids with filthy FIFA sides, Sancho's XI is also out of this world.

In goal, Sancho has 87-rated Alisson Becker, behind a defence consisting of in-form 85-rated Trent Alexander-Arnold, the best defender on the game in Virgil van Dijk, Aymeric Laporte and a second England teammate in Danny Rose, who plays at left-back.

In midfield and attack is where the spice ensues, though. N'Golo Kante anchors in the middle alongside in-form 82-rated James Maddison, with Sancho's insane 99-rated pro card causing chaos on the right flank, on the opposite wing to his idol and the man who got him into football, Ronaldinho.

The Brazilian influence continues with 94-rated Ronaldo and 95-rated Pele - undoubtedly two of the all-time greats

Topics: gaming news, Football News, FIFA 20, Football, João Félix

Josh Lawless
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