I packed this card from a party bag, and didn't think that it was a W at the time, but since then, this card has been one of my favorite players that I've used. This card turned out to be perfect for my team, as it gave strong links to Palacio and Vidal Fut Birthday. I mainly used this card in a 442 or 352 in the LM position.
96 Pace with a hawk is excellent, and he is rapid ingame, not really much else to say.
His shooting his excellent, and him being left legged makes him perfect for that LM role in a 442 or 352. He makes a lot of inside runs into the box and can easily score chances on the left side with his left foot. He rarely missed a chance. I haven't tried out his long shots since I can't really cut in with his left, but I would assume that they're decent.
This card's passing isn't the greatest, but it isn't unusable. He can make the standard 5-10 yard passes, but don't be expecting him to produce cross field switches or perfect through balls.
Lautaro Martinez with the buffed up dribbling is just insane! You would expect this card to have only sub par dribbling due to his body type, but with his dribbling stats, his average body type feel likes a Lean or Unique body type. 94 base agility and 95 base dribbling combined with him being 5 foot 9 and having 97 acceleration just makes this card one of the best dribblers I have used in the game. He will easily wiggle out of tight situations in the wing, and will be really fun to use if you are good at left stick dribbling.
His defending doesn't really matter that much, but overall it was decent because of his good physical stats.
If this card had 90+ stamina, he would be one of the best wingers in the game. I played this card for a while in a 352 with come back on defense, and he did the job pretty well. He came back on defense a lot even with his High/Low workrates, and the main thing about him is his 86 strength and 94 aggression with a hawk. He can easily outstrength wingers and fight for the ball back. He felt relatively strong in the attack as well, and is definitely a badge fighter. I would have to sub him off around the 70th minute especially when I'm playing a 352, but if you have good subs that shouldn't be a problem.
Lautaro Martinez Freeze has got to be one of the most fun and underrated cards that I've used this year. At less than 200k, he is a bargain and is great for chemistry. This card would be a 9.5 or 10/10 if he had better passing, stamina, and a lean/unique body type that would just take him to the next level. Overall, if you need a Serie A or Argentinian winger, you should definitely try this card out!
4* SM 4* WF