The striker returns for another In-Form card
FIFA 21 Erling Haaland POTM SBC Solution
EA Sports took their time with announcing the Bundesliga Player of the Month for November. The winner finally got his POTM SBC and it's a rather familiar face. Let's go over Erling Haaland's fourth FIFA 21 In-Form card.
The FIFA 21 Erling Haaland POTM SBC Card
- Position: ST
- Nation: Norway
- League: Bundesliga
- Team: Borussia Dortmund
- OVR: 90
- Weak Foot: 3 stars
- Skill Moves: 3 stars
- Price: approx. 320,000 coins
- Expiry: January 16
Bundesliga POTM Erling Haaland's card looks extremely strong: 90 pace, 94 shooting, 91 physical at 320,000 coins is a bargain compared to his colleagues from Spain and England. Best Chemistry Style: Engine.
If you are looking for a strong striker for your Bundesliga team, you will definitely find what you are looking for here. On the other hand, Haaland's next special card should only be a matter of time and a place in the FIFA 21 Team of the Year (TOTY) is also considered extremely likely. Those who can wait (this SBC runs until mid-January) should definitely wait for the TOTY and then strike – if necessary.
The Cheapest Solution
Three teams are necessary to obtain POTM Erling Haaland:
- Min. one Borussia Dortmund player, min. one TOTW player, min. 84 OVR, min. 80 chemistry
- Min. one Bundesliga player, min. 85 OVR, min. 75 chemistry
- Min. one TOTW player, min. 85 OVR, min. 70 chemistry
We combine players from Ajax Amsterdam with a Serie A quartet and a Borussia Dortmund trio. Youssef El Arabi checks the TOTW requirement in this 75,000-coins team.
We do a little bit more than required here too. No less than five Bundesliga players find their way into our squad. A small La Liga brigade and a Paris Saint-Germain duo round off our roster. All of this would cost you 115,000 coins.
This squad is very similar to the previous one. The standout is Carlos Soler's TOTW 12 card, needed to meet all requirements. Otherwise, we still have a PSG pairing, some Bundesliga players and a strong La Liga presence.
Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.