AFC Bournemouth's Philip Billing has his FIFA 20 Ultimate Team revealed

by Connor Bennett
Graphics: EA SPORTS


AFC Bournemouth midfielder Philip Billing has had FIFA 20 Ultimate Team revealed but is there a spot for a 99-rated pro player card in the starting lineup?

While football leagues across the globe are put on a temporary pause, professional players have had plenty of time to keep themselves fit and even mix in a little bit of FIFA 20 – especially Ultimate Team.

We’ve already seen teams from players like Younes Belhanda, Chelsea-bound Hakim Ziyech, and Brighton and Hove Albion’s Neal Maupay but just along the coast from Maupay, Bournemouth’s Philip Billing has got an equally good Ultimate Team – though, there appears to be pretty important one card missing. 

Billing grabbed a FIFA starhead while playing for Huddersfield Town.


The majority of FIFA-playing professional footballers have their own 99-rated pro player card from EA SPORTS that lets opponents know when they are playing against the real deal. For Billing, though, that card is absent – but he has had one in previous titles. 

Like plenty of other professionals, he still has a pretty nice Ultimate Team that is full of icon cards like Ronaldo Nazario, Ronaldinho, and even Eusebio, but that custom 99-rated card is a big miss. 

Philip Billing’s FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Starting XI

  • GK: Marc-Andre Ter Stegen - 91
  • LB: Andy Robertson - 94
  • RB: Nelson Semedo - 87
  • CB: Raphael Varane - 89
  • CB: Virgil Van Dijk - 99
  • CM: Ronaldinho - 91
  • CM: Ruud Gullit - 90
  • CAM: N’Golo Kante - 91
  • CAM: Eusebio - 93
  • ST: Ronaldo - 94
  • ST: Kylian Mbappe - 98


Even without his own 99-rated card, the Danish midfielder still has a team that plenty of players will be envious – especially as his bench and reserves are also filled with special cards like Team of The Week, Headliners, and even a few Player Moments.

Though, having his own pro player card will allow him to play someone else on the left-hand side inside of an out-of-position N’Golo Kante. But, who knows, that might just the work for the Bournemouth star.