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FIFA 21 Jonathan dos Santos Player Moments SBC Solution
EA Sports surprised us on Sunday with an unexpected SBC. The man picked for a special Player Moments card is LA Galaxy midfielder, Jonathan dos Santos. We have the cheapest solution.
Headliners and TOTY are the speak of the day, so this Jonathan dos Santos Player Moments may well go under the radar. Nothing is under our radar, though, and as usual, we've put together a cheap solution for the SBC.
The FIFA 21 Jonathan dos Santos Player Moments SBC Card
- Position: CM
- Nation: Mexico
- League: MLS
- Team: Los Angeles Galaxy
- OVR: 86
- Weak Foot: 4 stars
- Skill Moves: 4 stars
- Prize: approx. 60,000 coins
- Expiry: January 20
With the Powerhouse chemistry style, Player Moments dos Santos reaches 91 at the CM position with 90 pace and 93 passing. For the price of around 60,000 coins, the card is an absolute bargain and many times cheaper than, for example, Headliners Milinković-Savić.
The cheap price is mainly due to bad chemistry links, but there are a few you could pair him with: Record Breakers Carlos Vela, Headliners Hirving Lozano, RTTF Héctor Herrera and Jesús Corona to name a few.
The Cheapest Solution
Given the price, you'll probably be surprised by the fact that two teams must be handed in for Jonathan dos Santos. They have very modest requirements:
- Min. one Mexican player, min. one TOTW player, min. 82 OVR, min. 75 chemistry
- Min. one TOTW player, min. 83 OVR, min. 70 chemistry
We have a bunch of Germans here, including our TOTW man Tim Leibold from Hamburger. Carlos Vela, whom we mentioned earlier, fulfils the nation requirement.
We can't slot a sub-80 OVR player on the second team, but our In-Form player Sergio Oliveira makes up for that with a superb link right in the middle of our Portugal-inspired squad.
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Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.