Tottenham Hotspur have such a nice squad, their fans should seriously question why they haven't been able to win anything. We're not here to make Spurs fans sad, though, so let's get to the point and check out the best FIFA 21 Tottenham Hotspur starting lineup.
Harry Kane is the obvious star of the Spurs roster. One of the best strikers in the game is always going to among his team's FIFA 21 rating leaders. Fan-favorite Heung-Min Son is also up there in the ratings. Let's see what else Spurs got!
FIFA 21 Tottenham Hotspur Ratings
Sonaldo currently costs around 280,000 coins in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team. No wonder, since he is the second-best left winger in the Premier League behind only Liveprool's Sadio Mané. What Son has on the Senegalese is his 5-star weak foot stat - one of the best players in the game with that ability.
Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, despite his downgrade, also enjoys enormous popularity in FUT. That has a lot to do with his nationality, which allows him to connect well with some of the best and most popular players in FIFA 21.
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The return of Gareth Bale is another place Spurs will be looking towards for success. He was part of the first Ones To Watch team and while he is very expensive at around 270,000 coins, believers would certainly hope that a few good performances will get his OVR stats up through the roof.
FIFA 21 Tottenham Hotspur Best Eleven
- GK: Hugo Lloris - 87 OVR
- LB: Sergio Reguilón - 82 OVR
- CB: Toby Alderweireld - 85 OVR
- CB: Davinson Sánchez - 81 OVR
- RB: Matthew Doherty - 81 OVR
- CM: Giovani Lo Celso - 82 OVR
- CM: Tanguy Ndombele - 80 OVR
- LW: Heung-Min Son - 87 OVR
- RW: Gareth Bale - 83 OVR
- CAM: Dele Alli - 83 OVR
- ST: Harry Kane - 88 OVR
EarlyGame Tip: Central defender Davinson Sánchez is not necessarily one of the best players in his position when it comes to overall rating, but that is deceptive. In fact, the Colombian is perhaps among the top 3 CBs in the English Premier League thanks to his high speed and physical stats.
Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.