Here it is at last, the card we've been waiting for since FUT Team of the Year. With Player Moments Thomas Müller you finally get a playable version of the German midfielder and at a fair price, as our SBC solution reveals.
For many FIFA fans, he should have been in the Team of the Year: Thomas Müller from Bayern München. Now EA Sports is giving you a player SBC that is quite something. We have the Player Moments Thomas Müller SBC solution.
Player Moments Thomas Müller
- Position: CAM
- Nation: Germany
- League: Bundesliga
- Team: Bayern München
- OVR: 89
- Weak Foot: 4 stars
- Skill Moves: 4 stars
- Price: approx. 295,000 coins
- Expiry: March 26
The most exciting thing about Player Moments Thomas Müller is above all the hefty pace upgrade. Compared to his gold version, the German gains 17 points, which finally makes him playable. 87 Shooting and Passing, 88 Dribbling, and 83 Physicality are just adding to the package.
With the Hunter or Engine chemistry style, Müller can even be employed on the wing, which would have been a ludicrous thought a few days ago. Freeze Serge Gnabry was cheaper, but Player Moments Thomas Müller is definitely worth it for Bundesliga FUT squads.
Player Moments Thomas Müller SBC Solution
Two teams with relatively high requirements are mandatory for Player Moments Thomas Müller. However, keep in mind that you have almost a month to complete them and can use your Squad Battles or Rivals rewards:
- Min. one Bayern München player, min. 84 OVR, min. 70 chemistry
- Min. one Bundesliga player, min. 86 OVR, min. 55 chemistry
Team 1: Bayern München
Around 77,000 coins are allotted to the first team, which is based in the Bundesliga front to back. The Bayern player you need is center-back Lucas Hernández.
Team 2: Bundesliga
The second team will cost you almost triple because only half of it is from the Bundesliga, and the more expensive half. Manuel Neuer, Joshua Kimmich and Robert Lewandowski from Bayern München are on the pitch and make up a large part of the total price. Rely on CSL Brazilians and the Bosnian duo of Višća and Džeko.
Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.