FIFA Ultimate Team is a far easier game mode if you're able to do skills with players.
While the majority rely on defending well and finishing chances clinically, some are able to dance around defenders with an array of tricks and flicks.
It may not look realistic, but it's dam effective on FIFA 20.
The new FUT Birthday promotion on Ultimate Team has seen a number of unexpected players handed five-star skill moves, with the latest being Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope.
He is the first 'keeper to be awarded with five-star skills and it now means you can make an entire playable - and affordable(ish) - XI using players with the highest rating for skill moves.
Below, we've created the most affordable five-star XI for you, courtesy of FUTHead.
In-game, the chemistry rating (which currently sits at 81 on FUTHead) would be higher due to the loyalty bonus.
If you were desperate to get the team up towards 100 and full chemistry, you could always add in a few ICON cards with five-star skills.
The most affordable options in that case would be either Roberto Baggio or Andrea Pirlo.
If you can afford to break the bank, then Zinedine Zidane, Diego Maradona or Ronaldo Nazario could be your men.
An entire five-star skill XI really is the stuff of nightmares for many. Just imagine the prospect of someone rainbow flicking your on-rushing attacker with Pope in the dying minutes of a game.
Or better yet being chased down and dispossessed by Sarr or Hernandez and the relentlessly humiliated with a skill move.
If you're one of those players aiming to build an XI like this, just know you've caused a lot of pain!
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