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Bayern's Corentin Tolisso FIFA 20 Ultimate Team starting XI revealed

by David Purcell
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World Cup winner Corentin Tolisso has had his full starting XI in FIFA 20 Ultimate Team revealed by an opponent, blending top players from the current generation and those gone by. 

The Bayern Munich midfielder has been rotated in and out during the course of 2020 so far, with manager Hans-Dieter Flick exploring his options in the middle, although you can be sure that he features in his own team when playing FIFA.

Tolisso has been one of the most well-rounded French midfield cards in EA SPORTS' popular title for a handful of years now, featuring in many Bundesliga and hybrid teams you see in FUT Rivals, but who plays alongside him in his Ultimate Team? Let's take a look.

Tolisso card in FUT 20
EA SPORTS
Here's Tolisso's base card in FIFA 20, which is no match for his very own 99 rated one.

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Just like a number of other real footballer online squads that have been revealed in the past, there's space for Icon and other special cards in Corentin's starting XI.

However, there are also some pretty cheap cards too like Real Madrid's Ferland Mendy – which sells for between 10,000 and 14,000 coins depending on which platform you're playing on.

The team below was posted to the FIFA subreddit by Reddit user Juqiqekli, who claims to have put Tolisso's side to the sword by three goals to nil when they matched up. So, how does it stack up?

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Tolisso's FIFA 20 Ultimate Team

  • GK: Alisson (97)
  • RB: Cancelo (84)
  • CB: Maldini (92)
  • CB: van Dijk (99)
  • LB: Mendy (80)
  • CDM: Kante (97)
  • CM: Eusebio (89)
  • CM: Tolisso (99)
  • CAM: Neymar (94)
  • ST: Mbappe (98
  • ST: Ronaldo (94)

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Now, many of these real footballer Ultimate Teams tend to include one 99 card – the one EA SPORTS gives them at the beginning of their FUT journey. That's usually the telltale sign that you're playing a pro, to be fair.

However, Tolisso has gone one better and managed to not only have his own maxed out rating card in the side, but also the 99 Team of the Year Virgil van Dijk as well – partnered by none other than AC Milan's legendary defender Paolo Maldini.

Not bad, right, but do you think you could also score three past it and keep a clean sheet? It must take some doing, given the strengths right across the park.