FIFA 15 Tutorial: Shooting

In FIFA 15, while it’s a good idea to keep possession and put less focus on aggression, remember that keeping the possession doesn’t win the games – scoring does.

In this FIFA 15 shooting guide, I’ll share some basic tips on shooting as well as some of the types and how to make use of them effectively.

This tutorial is aimed at helping gamers to improve their finishing. Most gamers when giving a chance at goal, they either they over hit it, under-hit or choose the wrong type of shot. The video below demonstrates the specific shot per situation and also identifies the right amount power needed for the shot.

In addition to learning these shots, you will need to understand and analyze your team to see each players abilities. Some important attributes to take note of when trying to find a player that is a good goal scorer:

Long Shot :

This shows how well a player can shoot from behind the 18 yard box.

Curve :

This shows how curve a player can put on the ball (the higher the curve stats the better that player is at finest shot).

Finishing :

For players with good finishing they tend to find the back of the net easier than others when in the 18 yard box.

Volley :

This shows how well a player can hit a shot when the ball is in the air.

Shot Power :

Identifies how hard a player can shoot a ball.

Improving your finishing will help you to be victories on the pitch and actually drive some fear in your opponent in season matches.

Some players are natural king on the field, So you can buy FIFA 15 Coins to gets them. Here are a list of typical players. I think this will help you.

FINISHING

Cristano Ronaldo – Real Madrid (Spain)
Lionel Messi – FC Barcelona (Spain)
Radamel Falcao – Manchester United (England)
Robin van Persie – Manchester United (England)
Luis Suárez – FC Barcelona (Spain)
Zlatan Ibrahimović – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Diego Costa – Chelsea FC (England)
Gonzalo Higuaín – Napoli (Italy)
Edinson Cavani – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Sergio Agüero – Manchester City (England)
Karim Benzema – Real Madrid (Spain)
Thomas Müller – Bayern München (Germany)
Javier Hernández (Chicharito) – Real Madrid (Spain)
Stefan Kießling – Bayern Leverkusen (Germany)
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar – FC Schalke 04 (Germany)

LONG SHOTS

Cristano Ronaldo – Real Madrid (Spain)
Arjen Robben – Bayern München (Germany)
Hulk – Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)
Marco Reus – Borrusia Dortmund (Germany)
Alberto Costa – Genoa (Italy)
Paul Pogba – Juventus (Italy)
Hernanes – Inter Milan (Italy)
Toni Kroos – Real Madrid (Spain)
Juan Arango – Tijuana (Mexico)
Gareth Bale – Real Madrid (Spain)
Zlatan Ibrahimović – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Fabio Quagliarella – Torino (Italy)
Lionel Messi – FC Barcelona (Spain)
Alain Traoré – FC Lorient (France)
Fredy Guarín – Inter Milan (Italy)

VOLLEYS

Robin van Persie – Manchester United (England)
Zlatan Ibrahimović – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Radamel Falcao – Manchester United (England)
Lukas Podolski – Inter Milan (Italy)
Wayne Rooney – Manchester United (England)
Lee Dong Gook – Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (Korea)
Francesco Totti – AS Roma (Italy)
Cristano Ronaldo – Real Madrid (Spain)
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar – FC Schalke 04 (Germany)
Marco Reus – Borrusia Dortmund (Germany)
Frank Lampard – Manchester City (England)
Carlos Tévez – Juventus (Italy)
Kaká – Orlando City (United States)
Arjen Robben – Bayern München (Germany)
Kevin-Prince Boateng – FC Schalke 04 (Germany)

 

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