This week saw EA SPORTS drop its fifth FIFA20 Team of the Week. Off the back of the international break, COPA90 took a look at some Premier League ballers who earned themselves big upgrades.
Leicester City’s shot stopper was in fine form for his native Denmark over the international break. The 32-year-old made a series of immense saves against both Switzerland and Luxembourg to seal two wins and two clean sheets.
It was the Switzerland game where Schmeichel really shined, earning himself the Man of the Match award. The keeper recently admitted that a change in his training routine has helped him pull off such displays – care to share your secrets, Kasper?
EURO 2020 qualification may be out of reach for Scotland but that didn’t stop John McGinn from continuing his electric form. Villa’s chief midfielder has been a Premier League revelation this season and showcased exactly how lethal he can be in the recent game against San Marino.
It took McGinn just 33 first-half minutes to net a hat-trick in what turned into a 6-0 rout for the Tartan Army. With McGinn now sporting an 81-rated FUT card, it seems he’ll soon be hot propery on FIFA20 as well as FPL.
Wijnaldum has become an integral cog in Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool machine, starting this season like a house on fire. The Netherlands claimed back-to-back victories over the international period against Northern Island and Belarus, with Gini hitting a brace in the latter.
The Dutch are sitting pretty at the top of Group C and finally look set to reintroduce themselves to major international competitions for the first time since the 2014 World Cup. With Wijnaldum pulling the strings, who knows how far they could go?
Some grossly unsavory scenes overshadowed the Three Lions dominant display in Bulgaria, but once again Harry Kane was at the fulcrum of all England’s attacking play. The Spurs man came up with a goal and three assists as England cruised to a 6-0 victory.
Kane’s role over the past season or so has been hotly debated, but with the striker dropping deep and creating chances for forward runners Rashford and Sterling, there was little anyone could do but praise his fine virtuoso performance.