With the art of defending proving to be particularly difficult on FIFA 21, the Ground Cross is a great attacking weapon.
FIFA 21 has been out on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and other platforms for a few weeks now, and it’s quickly become apparent that attack is more dominant that defence in this year’s FIFA gaming title, which results in more goals and exciting games.
But it’s not so good for players who enjoy defending, with passing, shooting, crossing, pace and skill moves all offering exciting ways of breaking down your online opponent, either in Online Friendlies, FIFA Ultimate Team or Pro Clubs.
This is a massive change from FIFA 20, where defences were much more dominant. Another major change for FIFA 21 is the art of wide play, with quick, skilful wingers…