This one's really worth it
FIFA 21 Emil Forsberg CL Moments SBC Solution
Emil Forsberg of RB Leipzig is the first FIFA 21 Champions League special card. Whether the card is worthwhile and how you can secure it at the best price, we will tell you in our FIFA 21 Emil Forsberg CL Moments SBC solution.
Emil Forsberg played a major role in the knockout rounds of the Champions League for RB Leipzig last season. It might be recent history, but EA Sports don't care and gave the Swede a strong Moments card. Here's the cheapest FIFA 21 Emil Forsberg CL Moments SBC solution.
The FIFA 21 Emil Forsberg CL Moments SBC Card
- Position: CAM
- Nation: Sweden
- League: Bundesliga
- Team: RasenBallsport Leipzig
- OVR: 86
- Weak Foot: 4 stars
- Skill Moves: 4 stars
- Price: approx. 105,000 coins
- Expiry: November 10
CL Moments Emil Forsberg is fifth among Bundesliga CAMs in terms of OVR but that is deceptive. 83 pace, 85 shooting, 88 passing and 88 dribbling make him the best you can get in the Bundesliga at his position.
Only Marco Reus' Rulebreakers card is even remotely close, but at just under 400,000 coins it costs nearly four times as much as Forsberg. If you're looking for a Bundesliga CAM, CL Moments Emil Forsberg is the one.
The Cheapest Solution
Two teams need be handed in for the FIFA 21 Emil Forsberg CL Moments SBC:
- Bundesliga team (min. one Bundesliga player, min. 84 OVR, min. 80 chemistry)
- TOTW team (min. one TOTW player, min. 85 OVR, min. 65 chemistry)
Team 1: Bundesliga
Some 33,000 coins will be gone with this squad. In principle, we are building a Serie A team here, in which we are using Filip Kostić from Eintracht Frankfurt for the league requirement. Since Kostić has no chemistry whatsoever with the rest of the team, we can use any other Bundesliga player with at least 83 OVR.
Team 2: TOTW
The second team is considerably more expensive, at about 76,000 coins. We are opting for a hybrid team in which three goalkeepers are used. We reach into the Bundesliga to meet this team's requirement as well. It's Borussia Dortmund's Raphaël Guerreiro that does the trick.
Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.