Wolves star Diogo Jota has revealed the FIFA 20 Ultimate Team lineup that lifted him to a perfect 30-0 record and Top 100 ranking in FUT Champs Weekend League.
Though many football professionals have taken their talents into the virtual world of FIFA, there might be none better than Diogo Jota. Wolves’ 23-year-old star recently dominated the ePremier League invitational tournament – taking down Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold in the final.
Not long after that had concluded, however, the Portuguese winger had revealed that he’d managed to go 30-0 in FUT Champs Weekend League for the week of April 24-26. With many fans asking him what team he’d trotted out in order to have a perfect record, Jota has finally revealed all.
The Portuguese youngster tweeted out that he had managed to secure 61st place in the Weekend League without using his 99-rated custom pro player card in his starting lineup.
Instead, he gave way to fellow Premier League stars Sadio Mane and Allan Saint-Maximin, while also opting for a few different Icon cards than usual in the forms of Michael Essien, Gheorghe Hagi, and Emilio Butragueno.
Diogo Jota’s 30-0 FIFA 20 Ultimate Team
- GK: Alisson - 97
- LB: Kieran Tierney - 86
- RB: Joao Cancelo - 87
- CB: Joe Gomez - 93
- CB: Virgil Van Dijk - 99
- CM: Michael Essien - 90
- CM: Kevin De Bruyne - 98
- CAM: Gheorghe Hagi - 91
- RM: Allan Saint-Maximin - 88
- LM: Sadio Mane - 91
- ST: Emilio Butragueno - 87
That was enjoyable 😎 pic.twitter.com/DvxCZJkC2A
— Diogo Jota (@DiogoJota18) April 27, 2020
Having that perfect 30-0 record is obviously a huge achievement for any FIFA player, nevermind someone with a team as good as Jota. However, there are changes that he could very well make.
Obviously, his 99-rated custom pro player card would be a pretty sizable upgrade over his current wingers – especially Allan Saint-Maximin. Upfront, he could also pick up the higher-rated Butragueno cards.
Though, if he manages to go 30-0 on more than one occasion, maybe he won’t need any changes at all – no matter how much better they might look on paper.