FIFA 23 FUT Moments: Five matches we want to replay

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FIFA 23 Ultimate Team has added a new mode called FUT Moments and it’s got us thinking about which games we want to replay!

The single-player mode offers players the opportunity to obtain ‘stars’, which is a new in-game currency that can be spent on packs and other items within the game.

FUT Moments focuses on short scenarios, and players will start off by selecting a Story. Those Stories will be based on seasonal themes, campaigns within FUT, or actual events from football’s past or present.

As a result, there could be the option to replay iconic scenarios from the biggest competitions in world football, just with your own FUT team.

We’ve taken a look at five potential games we’d love to replay in FUT Moments.


Five Games We Want To Replay In FUT Moments

AC Milan 3-3 Liverpool – 2005

ISTANBUL, TURKEY – MAY 25: Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard lifts the European Cup after Liverpool won the European Champions League final between Liverpool and AC Milan on May 25, 2005 at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey. (Photo by Getty Images/Getty Images)

Arguably the greatest comeback in football history.

Liverpool looked dead and buried in the Champions League final as they fell 3-0 down to an inspired Milan team, but Steven Gerrard inspired a comeback, and the Reds went on to win on penalties.

The FUT challenge would be to come from 3-0 down within just 45 minutes.


England 2-2 Greece – 2001

David Beckham's free-kick vs Greece sent England to the 2002 World Cup
David Beckham’s free-kick vs Greece sent England to the 2002 World Cup

A very quick one here.

David Beckham raised the roof at Old Trafford with a final-minute free-kick to send England to the 2002 World Cup.

This challenge would put you in the shoes of the free-kick taker in the last minute; score it!


Manchester United 2-1 Bayern Munich – 1999

26 May 1999: Teddy Sheringham of Manchester United heads goalwards during the UEFA Champions League Final against Bayern Munich at the Nou Camp in Barcelona, Spain. Sheringham scored the equaliser as United won 2-1. \ Mandatory Credit: Ben Radford /Allsport

You know the script.

United were 1-0 down heading into injury-time but goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the 91st and 93rd minutes gave United the trophy.

Could you potentially score two last-minute goals as well?


Newcastle United 4-4 Arsenal – 2011

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 05: Leon Best celebrates scoring the second goal for Newcastle during the Barclays Premier League match between Newcastle United and Arsenal at St James’ Park on February 5, 2011 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

The best comeback the Premier League has ever seen.

Arsenal raced into a 4-0 lead within 26 minutes.

Newcastle pulled a goal back in the 68th minute and would score three more, with the equaliser coming in the 87th minute from the late Cheick Tiote.

It would be a huge challenge to come back from four down in FUT Moments.


Ajax 2-3 Spurs – 2019

Lucas Moura celebrates after scoring for Tottenham against Ajax
Lucas Moura celebrates after scoring for Tottenham against Ajax

This one is already iconic.

Ajax were 2-0 up at half-time, and 3-0 up on aggregate, and looked certain to make it to the Champions League final.

Lucas Moura had other ideas and scored a hat-trick in the second half, with his third goal coming in the 96th minute.

This would be a huge challenge for you to complete; not only would your FUT team need to win from 2-0 down, you’d need to get a hat-trick with one of your players.


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