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Top 10 Best Goals in FIFA 17

In this article, let’s check the top 10 best goals in FIFA 17 video (the video will be shared at the bottom of article).

1. Extreme angle

Bayern have a corner in the seventh minute, which Douglas Costa plays short towards the near post, receiving it straight back from Lewandowski. Still way out near the corner flag, Costa tees the ball up for himself with one foot and volleys it with the other, somehow, into the far corner past Juve’s diving keeper. The goal is almost as majestic as the celebration, which sees Costa, er, lie awkwardly and dead still on the floor with a look of terror in his eyes.

2. Supersonic shooting

It’s goal number eight from the same compilation, at 1.18. Man City against Juventus. Toure plays a deft one-two before stealing a shot from edge of box, which deflects off a defender and loops straight upwards. The keeper runs out and punches away towards the centre circle.

3. Defenders in knots

Sergio Agüero has the skills to pay the bills. Even the most extortionate ones. If he received, say, a gas bill in the billions, he’d be able to settle it in seconds with a silky dribble or cheeky nutmeg. Those skills are demonstrated here in all their glory as Man City play Juventus.

4. Bale blasts it

One thing you discover trawling the web for the best strikes is that a lot of goals that are titled “wonder goal!” turn out to be just “goal”. But not this one from Gareth Bale, a hidden gem only watched a paltry 14 times at time of writing – a crime.

5. 1000mph Bicycle Kick

Playing in an Ultimate Team match, the ball is crossed into the edge of the box, where Neymar jumps to meet it, overhead kicking with such force that the ball seems to be in the back of the net around the same time he’s landing on his backside. He celebrates by doing that thing where you walk in a circle while lying on the floor, which really is the icing on a spectacular cake.

6. In-Sane Curler

Man City’s blockbuster summer signing, German winger Leroy Sane, seems to move at a speed 1.5 times faster than anyone else on the pitch, as he spins a defender over on the far right, before cutting back in towards the edge of the box and hitting a sublime left-footed curler towards the goal.

7. The Inevitable Ronaldo One

It wouldn’t be a best goals list without one from the shy and retiring genius, Cristiano Ronaldo. The best free kick in this free kick compilation belongs to Real Madrid’s number 7 and can be found at 1:56. Standing as straight and stiff as a Subbuteo player, he composes himself in front of the Man Utd three-man wall. With just a three-step run up, from 30 yards out, he executes his trademark off-the-laces punt, sending the ball up and over the wall then sharply back down past the keeper, who seems to dive a mile backwards.

8. Curve Ball

This goal at 0:26 is best enjoyed in the replay from 0:54. Against fierce rivals Liverpool, Everton’s Seamus Coleman passes to fellow Irishman Darron Gibson, only for the midfielder to lash it with the outside of his left foot, causing the ball to bend away from the keeper in a very pleasing manner. He then runs with his arms outstretched, towards delighted manager Ronald Koeman, in the longest build up to a hug ever.

9. Keeper vs Keeper

This goal is presented from three angles, but it’s perhaps the one starting at 36 seconds that displays it best.

10. Chip and Win

This is the type of goal you’d score more of if you didn’t panic and accidentally press square, causing the player to gently lob the ball backwards the length of the pitch, eventually bouncing sadly into the crowd. Man Utd’s veteran number 10, Wayne Rooney, feeds a delightful pass through Chelsea’s entire back four, perfectly weighted to ease into the stride of FIFA 17’s own Alex Hunter, a rookie star in the making that’s yours to mould and guide through a career. With his first touch, Mr Hunter sublimely chips it over the keeper.

Here is a video uploaded by Zan Omg.

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FIFA Mobile 2017 Edition Release Details

FIFA Mobile now is released by EA, allowing avid football fans to play FIFA on the go. This time, there are updates in FIFA Mobile. Here we’ll let you know the details of the updated FIFA Mobile.

FIFA Mobile contains 30 leagues, with 650 clubs and over 16,000 footballers. The download size is less than 100 MB. This app is available on IOS, Android, and Windows Phone. There are three new features, all exclusive to the mobile version.

Attack Mode: a new turn-based, asynchronous multiplayer mode which is all about, well, attacking. You’ll be given a bunch of scenarios in which to score from, and ultimately out-score the opponent. The more you score, the more you get in-game “fans” which lets you climb divisions.

Leagues: allowing you to create or join a league with up to 32 players. You will be able to complete “cooperative league achievements, compete for bragging rights in inter- league championships, and challenge other Leagues in FIFA Mobile tournaments”.

Plans: this feature allows you to shed the items you don’t want for in-game rewards. It’s intended to simplify the crafting of extensive squads.

Ultimate Team mode is getting an overhaul of sorts, too. EA Sports is dropping contracts, training items and other consumables in favour of simple squad building. You can have a total of 27 players in multiple formations and tactics, and switch between those as you like.

The game will be continuously updated with new content that reflects events happening in the real world of football, EA Sports said. By the way, you can download FIFA Mobile for free on Apple Store, Google Play and Windows Store.

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Be a Better FIFA 17 Player with Top Tips

We’re now well into the football season, but at this time of year we’re not only thinking about our favourite teams’ successes, it’s also about upping our game in FIFA 17. That means to help you be a better player for FIFA 17. The below are tips.

1. Take advantage of the set-pieces

EA Sports has worked hard to revamp some of the set-pieces for FIFA 17 and you need take advantage of them. Keeping possession from throw-ins or goal kicks will allow you more opportunities to score goals. The same goes for making the proper judgement in terms of scoring free kicks both direct and indirect.

2. Bypass the keepers

There is a significant ramp in ability for the goalies in the game. It’s a complete change this year, as the keepers are suddenly really good. Power your shot up within the area and tap shoot again to execute a low powerful shot.

3. Know your formations

Whether you’re more familiar with the classic 4-4-2, feeling more Spurs or Arsenal with a 4-2-3-1 or even going a little more continental with 4-3-3, there are so many formations to take into consideration. But in order to be a FIFA pro, you’ll need to know all of them. You should be able to play at least 2-3 formations at a high level to consider yourself a top tier FIFA player.

4. Set a plan and think

Before you make a play for the goal, it’s best to think about your strategy. Once you’ve got it in your head, make sure not to deviate from it, especially when you’re on the defensive. When defending you need a plan or a system in order to overtake possession. You have multiple choices regarding how you defend, but make sure you commit to that style.

5. Focus on passing

Physical play has been given quite the overhaul in this year’s FIFA, from the way your teammates create space to the way you’ll jostle with the opposition for the ball. Quick one touch passing seems to be the way to go this year. Always try to play backwards before executing the killer ball to your ST’s as well for more success. Don’t be concerned about passing backwards before then pushing forwards.

6. Be patient and practice

Being able to stay calm and collected in all situations [is key], whether you are finishing a 1v1 or in dire need of a goal-line clearance from the defensive back line. If you want to improve your record over the long haul then your level of patience all over the pitch will be relevant, especially in higher divisions. And don’t forget to keep practicing.

Hope these tips can be helpful to you.


FUT16COIN in depth by mmobux

While most virtual currency online stores try to offer services for a broad range of games, FUT16COIN goes in the opposite direction, focusing on only the FIFA video game franchise. FUT16COIN allows users to purchase FIFA coins for three games in the franchise at present: FIFA 15 coins, FIFA 16 coins and FIFA 17 coins. Coins are available for any platform these three games are on, ranging from the newest consoles like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to mobile platforms like iOS and Android.

FUT16COIN checks the prices of its competitors on a daily basis to ensure that it’s offering a competitive price. For example, 10,000 coins for FIFA 17 for the PlayStation 4 will cost you only $10, which is almost a dollar cheaper than other websites. While FUT16COIN does not offer a loyalty program, they do allow customers to sell their unused FIFA coins to them, providing a price that they guarantee is often higher than their competitors.

On average, FUT16COIN can deliver your FIFA coins in 30 minutes or less; however, for larger orders or times when the website is experiencing a significant amount of traffic, it can take up to many hours to receive your order. Also, certain payment types, such as eCheck or even PayPal, can delay your order by as much as five days.

The FUT16COIN website is clean and responsive, with no flashy graphics or long load times hindering your experience. While there is no quick buy system, the layout of the website is intuitive and let you order coins quickly, with a very few steps to checkout.FUT16COIN also accepts a variety of payment methods, ranging from online payment systems like PayPal and e-gold. It also allows you to pay directly with Visa or MasterCard credit cards.

FUT16COIN allows its customers to get in touch with them in three ways: Skype, email and telephone. Although Skype service is available 24/7, it usually takes an hour for FUT16COIN to respond. While the email and telephone customer service options aren’t as fast, FUT16COIN still provides a reply in less than 24 hours for either method.

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FIFA 17 FUT Champions Week 1

FUT Champions is a new mode for FUT 17 is aimed at grabbing the attention of the more competetive FUT players.

You can now compete in daily knockout tournaments which along with bringing their own rewards, will earn you entry into the weekend league. To keep things interesting, the daily tournaments will feature unique entry requirements as well as different rewards. The daily knockout tournaments will run Monday through Thursday, with the Weekend League running across Friday, Saturday and Sunday and you only need to win one of the daily tournaments across the week to earn entry at the weekend.

The long and short of it is you try to win as many games as you can with a maximum of 40 playable games each weekend and you get better rewards the more games you win. However, one of the most interesting aspects of FUT Champions culminated in the first weekend league closing last night, where social media was awash with commentary, final standings, opinions and images of broken controllers and furniture a plenty which certainly made for interesting viewing if you’re a neutral.

So as you can see, it wasn’t going all that well for some of YouTube and Twitch’s finest, but there were some success stories to be found among FIFA’s pro gamer population, for which FUT Champions is in essence the ultimate proving ground for the FIWC and other localised tournaments which pop-up throughout the year. Some truly incredible performances there, but also one with quite a few complaints too.

It’s the first time that FUT Champions provided a credible and compelling outlet for truly competitive online play in FIFA 17. And with worthwhile rewards on offer at every turn, it has significant pulling power to boot. But the big questions for me is, in the long term will FUT Champions be too damn stressful.

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How to Earn FIFA 17 Coins fast for FIFA 17 Ultimate Team

FUT coins are used to acquire new player cards in FIFA 17 Ultimate Team. Of course, you can buy these coins with real money. Dedicated coin-selling sites are frowned upon by the community for a number of reasons, but you can purchase them directly in-game through FIFA Points – EA Sports term for what we call “money”. If you don’t want to buy coins, here are the best ways to help you earn FIFA 17 coins.

Gameplay: 5,000 – 8,000 coins per hour

Matches, coins boosts, tournaments and rewards. It may sound a little uninventive, but the best way to earn coins that doesn’t require you to pour hours into a virtual stock market is to simply play the game. There are caveats to that, of course, which make it much more efficient though:

1. First, you’ll want to apply your coin boosts acquired through the EA Football Club (press R3, head to the catalogue, unlock more through playing more and levelling up).

2. Then, head to the Online Leagues, and get cracking. Not only will you earn at least 600 coins for a win with the boost activated – which takes about fifteen minutes factoring in team management and annoying pause-spam from your defeated opponents – but you’ll also be working toward further rewards with Division promotion and victory. Rewards there get into the low thousands, meaning that, if you play well, you can pick up several thousand coins per hour.

3. If you back yourself, the FUT Draft mode is another gameplay-based option, but with a 15,000 coin entry fee, you’ll need to do sufficiently well to actually make the coins back (although you will pick up some packs along the way, too).

Transfer Market: 10,000+ coins per hour

Alright fine, if you insist on spending none of your time in Ultimate Team actually playing FIFA, here’s how you can earn decidedly more coins than any other method, free of charge, at a decent speed. Mass bidding is the best method specifically, here’s how to do it:

1. Find a player who’s in-demand, but cheap enough to buy en masse within your current budget. Our advice is Premier League or La Liga players, and those who play in a rarely- filled position like left or right back, or centre forward. You’re looking for a player whose demand exceeds the supply, but not to such an extent that you’re forking out several million on a Team of the Year Suárez.

2. Find their average buy-it-now price (it’s easier than eBay, just cycle through the card’s menus where it’s handily displayed for you) and calculate the amount you’d need to buy it for, if you were going to make a profit by selling it for the average buy-it-now price. How do you do that? Well, deduct the EA Tax (5 per cent, so multiply the buy-it-now average by 0.95 to find the after-tax price) and then aim for a couple of hundred coins below it.

3. Get bidding. Remember to keep in mind your profit margins – you’ll need to buy and then re-sell at a least a couple of hundred coins’ profit each time – and head to at least the second or third page of the Transfer Market list for that player. You want to be the first to bid on an item, as you’re essentially hoping to catch the ones which slip through the net. It means you’ll need to place a lot of bids – you’ll probably get one in ten at best – but the upside is you can place a wave of bids on players, play a few games or head out to work or school, and come back to your market to see what you won.

4. Sell sell sell. Assuming you got lucky and won a few cheapos, it’s time to immediately flip them on the market. If you’re staying with the game and want to re-invest your earnings right away, set the listing for one hour and the buy-it-now price as dead on the average. If you’re happy to wait, set it for four or more hours and a few hundred over the average (not too far over though, or you won’t sell it and will waste your time).

Hope you enjoy the game and gain more coins.

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6 Issues not Fixed in FIFA 17

FIFA 17 is out and fans can’t wait. Although there are improvements in defending, goalkeeper reactions and Career Mode, FIFA 17 still has the same old problems it’s had in every previous game. Here are 8 issues that EA can’t fix.

1. Crowds

With even more licensed and perfectly-replicated stadiums available in FIFA 17, you would think that EA may have finally addressed the issues with the poor crowd designs that have plagued the series for years. Unfortunately, they haven’t. The fans still look terrible, they still react unrealistically to the events on the field, and the strangely negative reactions to slide challenges.

2. Set Pieces

Set-pieces are a divisive issue when it comes to FIFA. FIFA 17 has decided to update all three, meaning this year’s set-pieces are now completely different to previous games, with off-the-ball control at corners and adjustable run-ups for penalties. The actual sport of football hasn’t changed set-pieces this much over the last 150 plus years! It comes across as EA being lazy by making radical and obvious changes to the set-pieces just to make it clear that this year’s FIFA is different from last years.

3. Fixture Congestion

Fixture congestion has become more of an issue in real-life football over the past few years. This is an issue fans of FIFA know all too well, as players have been stuck with horrific fixture scheduling in their careers modes for years, with FIFA 17 being no exception. It may not seem that big a deal, but if you are playing as a smaller club with a limited squad, having to play too many games back-to-back usually means you’re almost guaranteed to lose one of them due to player fatigue, which can ruin a season objective and can ultimately impact your entire career.

4. AI

In general, the AI in FIFA 17 is pretty responsive and controls the players like an actual player would. However, there are still a few little things that EA haven’t fixed. On your own team, players will still make poor runs or just get in your way when you’re storming into the box.

5. Player Demands In Career Mode

Applying transfer market to FIFA’s Career Mode is still something EA are struggling with. As always, gamers are getting stuck with average players demanding transfers because they’ve gotten ‘too big for the club’, only to see them end up at a team lower than them in the league.

6. Goalkeeper Kits

The goalkeeper kits of the lower league teams are still poorly replicated, most of the time being a bland, one-shade colour with no brand logos and just the team’s badge pasted on. If EA has the licenses for the outfield kits, surely they can make sure the goalie’s kits are accurate as well? They can replicate stadiums, boots and even hairstyles, so why is it so hard to have the correct goalie kit?

Even though there are problems with FIFA 17, FIFA 17 is still a good game to play.

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32 Best La Liga Players Based on FIFA 17 Ratings

FIFA 17 released worldwide last week, and with a new game comes updated rosters and ratings for every team and player in La Liga. A total of 32 players in the league have a launch-day rating of a 84 or higher (compared to 36 in the Premier League). Let’s check below.

32 best La Liga players:

Koke – 84
Isco – 84
Ezequiel Garay – 84
Arda Turan – 84
Aymeric Laporte – 84
Raphael Varane – 84
Andre Gomes – 84
Aritz Aduriz – 84
Keylor Navas – 85
Nicolas Gaitan – 85
Filipe Luis – 85
Javier Mascherano – 85
Gerard Pique – 86
Jordi Alba – 86
Marcelo – 86
Jan Oblak – 87
Ivan Rakitic – 87
Sergio Busquets – 87
James Rodriguez – 87
Karim Benzema – 87
Pepe – 88
Diego Godin – 88
Andres Iniesta – 88
Antoine Griezmann – 88
Toni Kroos – 88
Sergio Ramos – 89
Luka Modric – 89
Gareth Bale – 90
Luis Suarez – 92
Neymar – 92
Lionel Messi – 93
Cristiano Ronaldo – 94

Of course, we’ve already known the top 20 La Liga players. What do you think of the rosters?

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FIFA 17 Best Formation to Score Goals

It’s general that the goal of playing FIFA 17 is to score. We’re here to give you some tips on the best formation to score goals with in FIFA 17. There are a wide variety of options, but the recommendations in this article should give you a good place to start.

If you’re looking to score goals we recommend the 4-3-3 Attack formation. The 4-3-3 Attack formation gives you great offensive potential without spreading your players too thin. You can work the ball up the midfield and watch your attackers so you know when they go on a run, allowing you to get the ball over to them. The goal with this formation is to spread out the defense enough that you can punch a hole right through to the goal.

It’s ideal to place your top three attackers on the top; your star player who has the best chance of scoring in the middle; the faster attackers with great passing ability on the wings so they can provide a good setup when you see a chance to break out; a central attacking midfielder (CAM) with a high work rate to be placed under the middle striker. Likewise, two center defensive midfielders (CDM) below the CAM. This placement allows you to move the ball away from midfield and push your offense accordingly. With your attackers spreading the defense out, this gives you a great chance to take advantage of any holes that open up in the defense.

With your formation setup and ready to go, all that’s left is to adjust the instructions tab accordingly. Place the left wing and right wing to Drift Wide/Get Behind, middle striker to stay central/get behind and both CDM to be set as Aggressive Interceptions. Set your tactics to possession and you’ll be ready to make the most of the goal-scoring formation.

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Tips for Penalty Taking in FIFA 17

Owing to an overhaul of the set piece system, a lot of gamers are having trouble with taking penalties in the new football game. Here are top tips for taking penalty in FIFA 17.

Take a longer run up

In the new game the run up is responsible for the amount of power and spin you can place on the ball for your penalties. We reckon the new penalty system is 30% run up, 30% placement, 30% power, (the extra 10% is luck), so sort out your run up. As well as changing the angle you approach the ball by moving the right analogue stick left and right, you can also move to take a longer run up by pulling the stick backwards. This is really important as a penalty taken with a longer run up generates more power.

Vary speed of your penalty run

Once you’ve given your player the ok to start running with the left stick, you can use the triggers to speed up or slow down how fast they approach the ball. If you want your player to slow down, hold LT/L2 for the duration of the run up. A quick tap of LT/L2 also makes your player stutter if you want to give the keeper the heebie-jeebies. If you want to speed up your penalty and increase the power with which you strike the ball, hold RT/R2 for your penalty.

45 degrees

You’re able to change the direction of where you want to put the pen with the left stick the entire time your player is doing their run up, but we humbly suggest you pick one direction and stick with it. Once you do, do not put that left stick further than 45 degrees in the direction you want. It is very easy to pull your penalty wide with FIFA 17, so if you want to send it left at right, don’t send it more than 45 degrees.

Bars for power

If you simply tap the shoot button on your penalties, you won’t generate enough power to send the ball home. For a decent low penalty aim for a little over 1 bar of power with the shoot button. Send your penalties top bins aim for just over 2 bars of power.


More practice will make you get used to the new system and how you can take a perfect penalty, just the way you want it.