How to score on Penalties and Free Kicks in fifa15


As you know,FIFA 15 is renowned for being easy to pick up and play,however, it can still be a bit overwhelming for new players, particularly those who aren’t especially familiar with the sport.Here are some tips to score goals for new players.collect them and maybe you need them.

How to Score on Penalties and Free Kicks

Scoring on a penalty is relatively easy, but it takes a bit of finesse. Wait for the mark to hit the green center of the gauge, then tap (don’t mash) shoot. While your player runs up to the ball, hold the stick in the direction you want the ball to go.

Scoring on a free kick is somewhat more difficult. You will want to aim the camera at the wall of players, looking for a gap between the heads of the players. Power up your shot to between two or three bars of power depending on your distance, and when your kicker starts running to the ball, hold the left analog stick up. The ball will then dip and should go into the net.

Finally, if you find yourself in the unfortunate position of having to stop a penalty as a goalkeeper, stay to the middle of the goal and either flick the right analog stick to the right or to the left depending on where you think the kicker will try and put the ball. As with stopping real penalties, there’s some guesswork involved, but you should at least have a fighting chance.

Five Young Players to Target in Career Mode

Breel Donald Embolo (FC Basel 1893, £700,000 pounds): A 17-year-old with excellent stamina (84), strength (81), and sprint speed (83). Give him a few years, and he will grow into a top contributor in the midfield or at striker. And at less than a million pounds, he’s affordable, too.

Zakaria Bakkali (PSV, £1.5 million): Once the undisputed best buy in career modes, Bakkali has taken a bit of a hit since FIFA 15. Nevertheless, at the tender age of 18 he possesses four star skill moves, and his 92 balance, 87 acceleration, and 84 dribbling are outstanding. Buy him, put him out on loan, and know that it won’t be long before you have a monstrous player on the wing.

Timo Werner (VfB Stuttgard, £900,000): One of the fastest players in the Bundesliga, his terrifying speed (90 speed and 90 acceleration) and solid finishing makes him an ideal striker.

Simone Scuffet (Udinese, £725,000): Looking for a goalkeeper prospect? Scuffet may not look like much now (though his GK Reflexes are excellent at 81), but his 87 potential makes him one of the best young goalkeeper prospects in the game. If you’re feeling a little thin at keeper, go out and buy him as soon as possible.

Youri Tielemans (RSC Anderlecht, £1.4 million): Meet the next Messi… at least in-game. Though he’s just 17, he’s solid in pretty much every category, which is quite remarkable for a player so young. Buy him cheap and watch him grow into the best character on your team.