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Bernd Leno's FIFA 20 Ultimate Team starting XI has been revealed

by Connor Bennett
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Arsenal star Bernd Leno has had his FIFA 20 Ultimate Team starting lineup revealed and he’s got a team that would certainly dominate FUT Champs Weekend League.

Since joining Arsenal from Bayer Leverkusen in 2018, Bernd Leno has had the unenviable job of starring in the spot left by Petr Cech in making sure the Gunners are keeping clean sheets and giving his teammates confidence in their backline.

The German has managed to do that, becoming a key player under Unai Emery before taking another step-up under the watch of Mikel Arteta. The 28-year-old had managed to keep 8 clean sheets before the 2019/2020 Premier League season was drawn to a halt but that gives him plenty of time to play FIFA – if he so chooses.

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Leno now keeps clean sheets between the sticks for Arsenal.

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Like many of his fellow professional players, Leno has a pretty outrageous FIFA Ultimate Team lineup, with his own 99-rated custom pro player card providing a solid final player to beat against opposition attackers.

Aside from himself, the Arsenal shot-stopper has plenty of icon cards like Ruud Gullit, Eusebio, and Ronaldo. Though, it isn’t all about the highly-rated cards. Leno has also got the base versions of Nelson Semedo and Virgil Van Dijk in his defensive backline – as well as the Shapeshifter variant of Ricardo Pereira at left-back. 

Bernd Leno’s FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Starting XI

  • GK: Bernd Leno - 99
  • LB: Ricardo Pereira - 88
  • RB: Nelson Semedo - 82
  • CB: Virgil Van Dijk - 90
  • CB: Fernando Hierro - 86
  • CM: N’Golo Kante - 89
  • CM: Ruud Gullit - 90
  • CM: Eusebio - 91
  • RF: Cristiano Ronaldo - 93
  • LF: Kylian Mbappe - 90
  • ST: Ronaldo - 94

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The Arsenal keeper's team is pretty strong.

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Though his lineup is stronger than most, the Arsenal ‘keeper could still make a few adjustments. There are enough Van Dijk and Mbappe in-forms to upgrade to, as well as picking up a better rated Hierro.

At the end of the day, though, it is Leno’s team and whatever works for him is what he’s going to rock with.