This guy is so much fun to play with. First of all he has high balance and agility so he feel very fast on the ball. His second best feature is his shooting, everything just goes in. His 5 star weak foot makes this guy a monster inside the box! His stats are very similar to IF Jesus's stats. So if you like a 5 star WF version of Jesus, buy him!
- agility, balance
- 5 star WF, 4 star skills
- strength (but doesn't really matter because of his balance & agility)
He's a beast! I've sold his TOTGS which was average for me, doing his job but nothing spectacular.
Only played with him half of PC WL (11 matches) and he's been better than TOTY Messi! Shooting is spectacular, passing is spectacular, headers - no problem!
I've been an avid user of Ben Yedders cards since his TOTS in FIFA 16 which is, to this day, the best card I've owned (had plenty of TOTS and a handful of TOTY's over the games). Despite what his stats say he his much quicker than one would be led to believe, his agility and balance mean he can turn at will without sacrificing pace, his dribbling is more than solid and his shooting is just unfair from anywhere inside 20 yards.
I've always used him alongside a big, ball-playing striker (at the moment I use Prime Kluivert but I have also used 86 Giroud to great effect), I set his instructions for in behind the line whilst Kluivert plays a target man and the runs Ben Yedder can make at the borderline perfect time are Messi-esque.
Even though he's only 5'6, his 98 jumping means that he not only contests a lot of headers but wins his fair share even amongst taller defenders. And a fake shot from his right to his left foot inside the box is game over for any goalkeeper.
Also, his work rates means that he tracks back quite well and wins the ball on the halfway line a lot!
- Agility and balance
- 5* weak foot
- Ability to make intelligent runs into the box
- Overall finishing ability
- If he was 3 inches taller and a little bit stronger he'd be unstoppable
- Can get bumped off the ball fairly regularly in open play
How can I begin to describe this god of a striker. He's pacey, agile, dribbles well, and can score golazos with either foot. He's even a 4-star skiller who scores rainbow volleys 9 times out of 10. He may not win headers or push the opposing center backs off the ball, but the moment the ball touches his foot the other team must mentally prepare to go pick the ball up from the back of their net as Alan Smith screams "Oh, he's done it again, Martin." Will he go right, will he go left? I don't know. It's a goal either way!