The round of 16 at EURO 2020 is history. We were able to marvel at exciting matches, many goals and incredible games. Some underdogs were able to prevail. We'll show you the outstanding players of the teams that advanced and introduce them to you in FIFA 21.
The round of 16 at the European Championship presented stunner after stunner. It's hard to believe the amount of exciting games that we saw. Here we will take a look at the heroes from that stage of EURO 2020 and how their cards look in FIFA 21.
The Best Players of the EURO 2020 Round of 16 in FIFA 21
Denmark: Kasper Dolberg
Let's start with Denmark, who, in the end, won 4-0 against Wales and sent Gareth Bale & Co. home. Alongside Mikkel Damsgard, who set up the 1:0, Kasper Dolberg was the decisive factor in the team's progress. The 23-year-old scored the first two goals very skillfully. After that, the game was as good as over.
Dolberg's IF in FIFA 21 is fine. If you are one of those players who haven't played Ultimate Team for a while and want to play again during the European Championship, you can get him for 40,000 coins.
Italy: Leonardo Spinazzola
The man from Roma was very important in the extra time against Austria. He provided the assist for the 1:0 goal and was also involved in the decisive 2:0. In FIFA 21, however, Spinazzola is... crap. The pace is maybe just about usable with a boost, but overall he is not recommendable for FUT.
Czech Republic: Patrik Schick
Schick, Schick, Schick and again: Schick. The Bayer Leverkusen striker scored his fourth goal of the tournament in the surprising 2-0 win over the Netherlands.
It's just a shame he hasn't been given a FoF card yet. Maybe he'll make it to the Summer Stars. We're keeping our fingers crossed for him. Unfortunately, Schick's current best version in FIFA 21 is not very strong.
Belgium: Thorgan Hazard
The Borussia Dortmund player was the match-winner in the top-of-the-table clash against reigning European champions Portugal. His brother Eden Hazard also flashed his old class now and then, but the show belonged to the younger Thorgan.
His FoF Path to Glory card in FIFA 21 is also really nice and will soon be upgraded to 93!
Spain: Ferran Torres
Ok, in the absolutely crazy match between Spain and Croatia, which ended 5:3 after extra time, it's not easy to single out just one player. Cesar Azpilicueta (one goal) or Dani Olmo (two assists) would also have been choices. However, with his goal and assist and an overall convincing performance, we went for Torres.
His OTW in FIFA 21 is quite nice, you can get it for just over 50,000 coins.
Switzerland: Yann Sommer
Unbelievable! Switzerland simply knocks out world champions France 8:7 after a penalty shootout... Who would have thought that? Haris Seferovic was an extremely important man for the Swiss over the 90 minutes with his brace, but penalty shootouts are the keepers' time to shine, and we honor the man who stopped Kylian Mbappé's decisive penalty.
His height sadly doesn't work in FUT, so he's pretty much unplayable in FIFA 21.
England: Raheem Sterling
A really even duel against the German national team was decided by individual class. Sterling's 1-0 goal opened the door for the Three Lions to progress.
In FIFA 21, his FUT Birthday card is the most powerful version of the winger. His three goals in the European Championship so far are extremely valuable for England.
Ukraine: Oleksandr Zinchenko
The Manchester City full back is Ukraine's absolute superstar. In the national team, he plays a bit more offensively in midfield compared to his club. He contributed a goal and an assist in the late 2-1 win over Sweden.
His FUT Showdown card started at 85 OVR. Hopefully you completed it then.
Original article by EarlyGame's Lukas Scherbaum.