There are now different ways to score since Shooting has noticeably changed in FIFA 14, for example, Players now have a chance of scoring from unusual angles.
January 23, 2014 (Newswire) - post resource http://www.fifacoinsonline.net
Matt Cuttle and Darren Cross talk through how to score goals effectively from brand-new angles.
There are now different ways to score since Shooting has noticeably changed in FIFA 14, for example, Players now have a chance of scoring from unusual angles, especially those which frequently require turning to face directly at goal and often result in being intercepted in the previous game mode. If not directly in front of goal but facing the byline and aiming towards the far post, gamers will attempt to make their attacker use his momentum and the enhanced ball physics to finish, without considering the shot being blocked. Similarly, if player is moving away from goal but has the ball come across him to his strong foot, then he will try to wrap his foot around the ball which usually makes the shot swerve back into the far post.
While now, players are easier to score chipped attempts in one-on-one scenarios instead of attempting to take it around the keeper. To get the power right from various distances, especially when in close, players need to practice consistently. Although it is interesting to take a desperate stab towards goal when in close, it is now possible to get the ball up and down within the penalty area. For those still prefer to take on the keeper, just remember to hold RT meanwhile knocking the ball ahead of triggering RS. It's trickier to score by running at angle and not changing shape which will give your player enough momentum to get by.
If having trouble with technical shooting, then something as simple as an early shot can be just as effective at catching out the opposing team. If an attacker receives the ball in an advanced position, then shooting quickly before opponents defense re-shape timely can help catch them out of position. That's particularly true when the ball is played into the box while the keeper hasn't had time to get in the correct position goal. It does usually require great finishing stats if shooting early with a player, so it is absolutely necessary to look through a squad before a match to get an understanding of what a team is capable of.
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