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Four easy steps to score directly from a corner every single time on FIFA 18

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Now that we've had our hands on FIFA 18 for a couple of months, it's no surprise that little tricks of the trade have begun to emerge on YouTube.

FIFA 18 sales have been a bit up and down this year. Although upon its release it was the best selling game in the UK, sales were down 25 percent from FIFA 17's release.

Furthermore, only 1 percent of sales in September were for the Nintendo Switch.

However, now that players have adapted to the new passing-centric FIFA, as opposed to the pace and power efforts EA Sports have previously churned out, the game is gaining popularity.

If you search on YouTube or Reddit, you can get a nice headstart on your opponents and find plenty of tips to give you an advantage.

One that fans have been loving on YouTube and has garnered over 310,000 views shows you how to directly score from a corner every single time.

As you can see from the video below, there is a few steps to making sure you find the back of the net.

First of all, you need a player on your corner who has a decent rating for curve and someone who is an in-swinger. Something like 85 or higher is recommended.

Then, you need to aim your set-piece for just a few yards past the far post and bang on the byline. You do this by dragging the marker to that position.


Then, you need to put full power on the kick. Use all four bars to make sure your player whips in the most devilish delivery.


Finally, you need to add some curve to your kick. Using your left stick, make sure you aim it inward towards the goal and after getting the hang of exactly where to aim, you'll nail it every time!

In the world of FIFA Ultimate Team or playing online, you can never have too many tricks up your sleeve.


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