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Dele Alli's Ultimate Team on FIFA 18 is so good

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FIFA 18 has only been out for a matter of weeks and gamers from around the world will no doubt be trying to master this year’s edition.

While there are plenty of modes, the most popular is probably Ultimate Team.

Ultimate Team allows you to build a squad by playing online, earning coins and opening packs containing players.

Of course, you can bypass the thousands of hours you usually have to spend playing the game by spending real money to get the best players.

It might take the fun away slightly but you can assemble a pretty incredible Ultimate Team by doing it that way.

Or, if you’re a professional footballer, you can just select your dream Ultimate Team.

That’s what Spurs wonderkid Dele Alli has done. Alli has picked his dream XI as part of the FIFA game's 'Squad Battles' which enables players to challenge Alli's team until October 15.

But you’re going to have to be a very good player if you want to beat Alli’s side because it’s pretty impressive.

Unsurprisingly, Alli has picked Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino as his gaffer, in a 4-2-2-2 formation. 

But which players make his XI?

Dele Alli's FIFA 18 Ultimate Team

Just take a look:

So it’s Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer who gets the nod ahead of Hugo Lloris in goal.

Alli’s former teammate, Kyle Walker is at right-back alongside Jerome Boateng, Sergio Ramos and Marcelo.

In midfield alongside former Spurs midfielder Luka Modric is Arturo Vidal.

On the wings, it’s the small matter of Alli - who has been given a special 99 rated card - and Lionel Messi.

The front-two? Cristiano Ronaldo and teammate Harry Kane.

Not bad at all.

On the bench, Alli has named club teammates Lloris, Danny Rose and Eric Dier alongside FIFA ICON players Ronaldo and Ronaldinho, as well as PSG winger Neymar and Chelsea's David Luiz.

Topics:
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Tottenham Hotspur
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