Anthony Martial's card is rated 81, he is 184cm | 6'0" tall, right-footed France striker (ST)
that plays for
with Low/Low work rates.
His average user review rating is 3.3
out of 5 .
He has 4-star weak foot
and 4-star skill moves,
He does have a real face in-game. He has been used in 3,645,779 games with a GPG (goals per game) of 0.736.
Anthony Martial has 3 special cards
with ratings between 81 and 93.
The best chemistry style for him is BASIC.
He was born on 05-12-1995 and he is now 27 years old.
His real-life stats are currently 6 goals and 2 assists in 21 matches in domestic competition. He also received 0 yellow cards and 0 red cards.
His current price on FUT is 6,500 on PlayStation,
7,000 on Xbox,
and 9,000 on PC.
We waited. We speculated. And now all that is left is to debate it. FIFA 22 is already splitting opinions between FUT Managers when it comes to gameplay. Some see the new, more “realistic,” slower pace as a welcome addition to the arcade version of old. While others point out the potential for more and more defensive/possession football due to the sluggish movement. Regardless of which side of the argument you are on… I just love that we are arguing again! The passion we all have for football in all forms is why we are here, and another year of digital football: starting teams, opening packs, grinding 200 goal objectives in 4 matches, complaining about the work we put in for the lack of rewards in our pack… that is what it is all about! With all that said it was time to get back to work this weekend as we took a look at two of the emerging strikers in these early days. Anthony Martial, while not able to hit the broad side of building in real life… has been a constant FUT talisman over the years and we were interested to see if this low budget option was back to his old ways. While at the same time it seemed important to test one of those more expensive options, opting for his French compatriot, the 5 STAR/5 STAR man himself, Ousmane Dembele. Is the 40k difference worth it? We wanted to find out.
A quick reminder on the ratings, they only work in the few weeks surrounding the review. An 7.5/10 now is in relation to what is out there and certainly won’t be an 7.5/10 in a month from now. For me, Martial is the epitome of this idea. He is currently an excellent striker option… and from what I have used in drafts and packed players in my squad he is definitely a solid option and performed admirably all weekend.
This would not have been the case in FIFA 21 and I am all for the idea that height does not equal dribbling ability in FIFA 22. Last year a 6’0 card was only ever going to feel one way on the ball and that just shouldn’t be the case. With Martial, I could feel the 82 AGILITY & 79 BALANCE combining brilliantly with the 88 DRIBBLING to create a responsive reaction to controller inputs. Long may this connection continue.
Main Attribute - “4★ WEAK FOOT”
Shooting Rating: 8/10
Weak Foot: ★★★★
I don’t want to rant here this early in the year… but it is near impossible to score in this FIFA! The new Xgoals statistics at the end is only amplifying my frustrations with scoring. Of course, those green timed finesse shots are back and with that an opportunity to let fly from distance. But in and around the box it is just a keeper's world and we are all just living in it. Martial finished the review with 14 goals in 15 matches and I think that is going to be a more likely return this year (until maybe a patch) than the 2.0 goals per game that better strikers managed last year. Time will tell. What I will say is that the 83 SHOT POWER felt crisp on both feet as you will see in the video, while the 80 FINISHING was clinical in key moments.
Value/Coins & Good vs. Bad
Value/Coins Rating: 5/5
Good vs Bad Rating: 4/5
13k for this card places him as a must have starter striker for me. Martial has the height to be a force in the air … scoring a few goals this weekend where he simply out jumped opponents' defenders. The 71 HEADING ACCURACY was enough to make those chances count and given the lack of goals I have experienced so far this might be a way to add more in the future.
For such a big card I will say I was generally disappointed in the 74 STRENGTH and how often I was disposed in simple shoulder to shoulder duels. Additionally, any opponents who pressured hard would find a lot of joy when Martial was my outlet pass. In those cases, it felt like the lacking strength and 78 COMPOSURE simply turned Martial into a shadow of the player he can be. Truthfully, the passing was not great either and compared to players with better short passing statistics, Martial was just a little short on quality throughout the weekend.
One down. Many more to come. I hope that the pack God’s have shone down on you with some pulls to get your squads moving in the right direction; and I certainly hope that the grind is paying off for you so far this year. If you are looking for an excellent starter striker to get you pointed in the right direction then I have to recommend Anthony Martial for the time being. This card has more upside than bad qualities and once we look at Part II of this review on Ousmane Dembele… this bargain player might just look like even more of a steal for only 13k. Hoping you are all safe, well, and grinding. Cheers for reading.
I tried many strikers like Lewa, Correa and Jesus, but Martial is different. The way he moves on the ball is crazy, his dribbling feels amazing, bcz of the unique bodytype and his pace is very good, you can outpace nearly any defender. His shooting is incredible, with the finesseshot trait you can easy score bangers from outside the box. His finishing inside the box is also very good. At the moment he is at 11k an that is way to cheap for a player like him. I can highly recommend him as your main striker. The links are also perfect. You might get scared of his workrates, but if you get the right instructions on him, you dont feel the low workrates. His stamina was also no problem for me
passing - his passing is just so bad, it's impossible to use the card. Every pass seems to be miss-hit, goes off target or he just doesn't connect with the ball, and don't even get me started on his weakfoot.
Shooting - misses everything on his left, ok finishing on his right but still misses plenty of sitters
pace - feels a bit sluggish compared to like a coman/dembele/werner but is still quick
Dribbling - feels extremely sluggish and like he waits 30 seconds to touch the ball again after each touch. Cannot dribble past even someone like Maguire.
Physical - toothpick with awful stamina.
overall I found this card unusable and would rather use the silver striker I got when I started the game.
Please bare in mind when looking at the stats i have with him 8 of the games and 14 of the goals are in squad battles where I play on ridiculously easy settings so he's only got a 0.5 gpg
I've tried many strikers from different teams in Premier League, but this guy is different. He is strong, fast, and dribbles very well. I used him as 'target man' in 4321 and 'get in behind' for my left forward and right forward. Martial is also 184 cm which is very good for a striker in set-pieces and crosses from right- and left-backs.
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