FIFA 22: Antoine Griezmann's Ultimate Team is unbelievable

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France international Antoine Griezmann took to Twitter two days before his country’s Nations League final victory over Spain to showcase his FIFA 22 Ultimate Team selection, and boy it is a squad you would NOT want to come up against.

In the XI, Griezmann has not only included himself, but also various Icon cards that have the ability to do some damage on both the defending and attacking fronts.

The Nations League winner has opted for a 3-4-1-2 formation and has his current Atletico Madrid teammate Jan Oblak between the sticks.

In front of the Slovenian shot stopper are three renowned defenders who each won a title at the international level. World Cup winners Laurent Blanc and Fabio Cannavaro accompany Euro ‘88 champion Frank Rijkaard in the back three.

The midfield sees Griezmann partner Marcos Llorente, with his former Barcelona teammate Ousmane Dembele on the right and Marc Overmars, a Champions League winner with Ajax in 1995, on the left.

Legendary Italian star Roberto Baggio occupies the No.10 role, while Samuel Eto'o and the Brazilian Ronaldo are partnered up front to form a devastating attacking duo.

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Grizmann asked his Twitter followers for feedback on the squad by captioning the tweet with the thumbs-up emoji and a question mark.

Llorente replied (translated from Spanish): “Another level that midfield."

Former Toulouse midfielder Etienne Didot amusingly asked why he wasn't in the squad, while another user questioned why Griezmann had yet to get his hands on Kylian Mbappe’s VIP card.

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ENTER GIVEAWAY

Fresh off playing 92 minutes in France’s 2-1 Nations League final win over Spain, Griezmann will now have some time to use his FUT team before he returns to action for Atletico on Sunday, October 17 against Granada.

If you do happen to come up against Griezmann, we wish you nothing but good luck! Oh, and try your best not to rage quit and/or smash your controller in frustration.

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