The FIFA 21 Team of the Year (TOTY) FUT event isn't limited to just the eleven starters. There are other special cards part of the carnival. Today we focus on one of those cards, one that comes for free: Luis Suárez Player Moments Objectives.
The dip in quality of Spanish football during 2020 was glaring through FIFA 21's TOTY. Central defender Sergio Ramos was the only La Liga representative on the regular eleven. EA Sports try to implement some La Liga content through the bonus cards, namely the Luis Suárez Player Moments Objectives challenge. Like every Objectives item, it requires not coin, but effort.
The FIFA 21 Luis Suárez Player Moments Objectives Card
- Position: ST
- Nation: Uruguay
- League: La Liga
- Team: Atlético Madrid
- OVR: 91
- Weak Foot: 4 stars
- Skill Moves: 4 stars
- Expiry: February 1
Atlético Madrid are leading the La Liga standings and look certain for the title this season. They are a very team-oriented bunch without any true individual stars, however, which explains why the league is barely present in the star-studded FIFA 21 TOTY.
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The Spanish league is still top 2 in the world though, so there was no way EA Sports would leave it with just Ramos representing it. Hence the Luis Suárez Player Moments Objectives. The Uruguayan still lacks a bit in pace but that can be compensated with chemistry styles. It's a free 91-rated striker with 94 shooting. Can't be too picky.
The Luis Suárez Player Moments Objectives
The objectives that need to be met in order to secure Luis Suárez' strongest FIFA 21 card should be completed within the FUT Friendly mode World Beaters. These objectives are:
- Score a Finesse goal in 2 separate matches
- Score and assist in the same match using a ST with min 4-star Skill Moves
- Assist using players with min 4-star Weak Foot in 3 separate matches
- Win 10 matches
- Score in 14 separate matches using La Liga players
Some of those are very straightforward, others, like tasks 2 and 3 have the potential to drive you nuts. Any way you slice it though, winning such a card through actual skill feels nice.
Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.