Thiago's UCL RTTF - Champions card is rated 93, he is 174cm | 5'9" tall, right-footed Spain midfielder (CM)
that plays for
with Med/Med work rates.
His average user review rating is 4.5
out of 5 .
He has 3-star weak foot
and 5-star skill moves,
giving him the ability to perform every skill move in the game.
He does not have a real face in-game. He has been used in 1,544,071 games with a GPG (goals per game) of 0.153.
Thiago has 1 special cards
with ratings between 86 and 93.
The best chemistry style for him is BASIC.
He was born on 11-04-1991 and he is now 32 years old.
His real-life stats are currently 0 goals and 0 assists in 0 matches in domestic competition. He also received 0 yellow cards and 0 red cards.
His current price on FUT is 11,750 on PlayStation,
12,000 on Xbox,
and 13,500 on PC.
Thiago is fantastic box to box playmaker who provides a strong defensive presence. In a three man midfield in a 4-3-3, or as a member of a two man double pivot (i used him in a 4-2-3-1), he functions as strong ball carrier out of defense who is capable of progressing the ball into the opposition half himself, or passing the ball to other players on his team to build an attack. He is a very press resistant player, as in real-life; the 5-star skills, agility, deceptive pace and physical presence makes him perfect as the attacking oriented midfield player in your team. Functions well in a defensive capacity, but would not rely on him solely as a defensive midfield. I paired him with Future Stars Caqueret, and they were a perfect tandem in midfield. Thiago's movement, due to his acceleration and agility, is very similar to kante's, (more so than caqueret's) and had great defensive animations due to having the dives into tackles animation. Probably the play that sums this card up was a goal he created in the 90th minute of a FUT Champs game, where he intercepted a ball off UCL MOTM Kante, ran down the wing, outmuscled the pusuing Kante and threw him to the ground, and played a pinpoint cross over Flashback Varane for my Prime Torres to head in the winner.
Has Quite a few Pros
Pace - His awkward looking pace split was never and issue. His acceleration and ability to strafe made him feel like Kante, and he recovered quickly into defensive positions and into passing lanes
Agility - Feels nimble on the ball, which allows him to evade defenders and to quickly engage in defensive situations.
Finishing - If on his right foot, and in the box, he will finish the chance. Made consistent late runs into the box and regularly finished chances. Scored a Hat-trick in FUT Champs for me in a game i lost 8-4
Passing - is a fantastic passer and pacemaker. Rarely loses the ball and retains it well under pressure
Defending - Is a very capable defender, great tackler and intercepter who is also strong enough to off-put defenders and force them off the ball
HEADING - Perhaps the best surprise of this card is his Jumping and Heading ability in defensive situations. Any time an opponent cleared the ball out from defense, i had full confidence in Thiago's ability to win headers at the half way line against strikers or outside the box against opposing midfielders. His 96 Jumping feels completely true, and i think it is a game changing attribute for the card as it allow you to regain the ball and continually reapply pressure to a team
The two notable cons are
Cost - The Liverpool Tax is real with Thiago; i paid 543,000 and he's currently at 470k, he'd would maybe be worth it at 300k, but TOTS is around the corner. Did Curtis Jones as a straight swap for ~185k fodder and that card is at a comparable level to this one. Jones is not quite as good as this card, but for the cost, Jones is worth it over this card
Weak Foot - Three star is noticeable, especially in the penalty area, not helped by his 77 Finishing. Missed some chances on his left foot, but is otherwise clinical in the box on the right foot.
We want to ensure that user generated content published on our website is relevant and lawful.
So, we have created these House Rules to give you an idea of things to avoid mentioning in your
content and posts. Please read these rules carefully before you write anything that will be
published on our website. Our website administrators will moderate content and may remove
content that is in violation of these rules. Your account may also be suspended for serious or
repeated violations. All decisions of our website administrators are final. In very exceptional
cases, we may be legally compelled to reveal your account information to the authorities.
Now, onto the rules…
No swearing or offensive language. We want to keep our website engaging for all of its
users and this kind of language could put people off using our website.
No comments that are unlawful, abusive, threatening, harmful, obscene, sexually
oriented, homophobic or racially offensive.
No spamming. Please don’t re-post content that is the same or similar to what you have
No defamatory content. This means no content that is untrue and likely to damage the
reputation of another person or an organisation. You could face legal action from the
person or organisation that you have defamed, and we don’t want that.
No personal information. Never publicise your own personal information or that of
anyone else, such as full name, address, telephone number, email address, etc. This is
for your own safety and the safety of everyone who uses our website.
Keep your content relevant. Please keep your content relevant to the topic at hand. If
you post something that isn’t relevant, we might remove it.
Do not copy others. Please ensure that all content that you post is written in your own
words and does not violate copyright laws.
Do not advertise or link to third party websites. We want to ensure that the promotion
of any third party websites is endorsed by us, so please ensure that you do not include
links in your content.
NO CAPS LOCK. IF YOU WRITE IN CAPS LOCK IT LOOKS LIKE YOU ARE RAISING
YOUR VOICE. We can hear you just fine without caps lock, so please take it off when
writing your comments.