FIFA 20 Lucas Moura Player Moments SBC: FUT requirements, cost, solution - Dexerto

FIFA 20 Lucas Moura Player Moments SBC: FUT requirements, cost, solution

Published: 31/May/2020 12:05

by Connor Bennett


Tottenham Hotspur’s Lucas Moura is the newest players moments squad building challenge (SBC) in FIFA Ultimate Team. Here, we lay out the requirements and a few cheap solutions so that you can grab the card.

FIFA 20’s Players Moments SBCs have designed to shine the light on a player’s historic individual performance or even highlight the success of a full season.

We’ve seen players like Ever Banega, Diogo Jota, and Hector Bellerin receive cards for different parts of their careers, but now, it is the turn of Lucas Moura. EA SPORTS are celebrating his Champions League semi-final hat-trick against Ajax with his new card, so, here’s how you can get it.

Lucas Moura Moments card in-game stats

As a 93-rated card, the Spurs forward looks to be one of the players outside of the Team of the Season and Team of the Year sets that have been released in FIFA 20.

The Brazilian star has 96 finishing and 96 dribbling, as well as 99 acceleration and 94 sprint speed. Add in his four-star skill moves and five-star weak foot and Lucas becomes a must-have card for any Spurs fan. However, he won’t be that easy to get a hold of.

Moura’s in-game stats are pretty ridiculous.

Lucas Moura SBC Requirements

While some Player Moments squad building challenges have required fans to build one or two different teams, EA has made it seriously difficult to get Moura.

Players have to build six different squads with super high minimum team ratings. In fact, you have to build two separated 89-rated lineups – with one requiring a special card but less chemistry than the other. 

  • Spurs: Min. one Spurs player, Min. Team Rating of 86, Min. Team Chemistry of 75. (Reward: Rare Mixed Players Pack)
  • Selecao: Min. one Brazil player. At least one TOTW, TOTW Moments, or TOTSSF player. Min. Team Rating of 86, Min. Team Chemistry of 70. (Reward: Premium Gold Players Pack)
  • Premier League: Min. one Premier League player. Min. Team Rating of 87, Min. Team Chemistry of 60. (Reward: Rare Electrum Players Pack)
  • Top Performer: Min. TOTSSF, TOTW, or TOTW Moments player. Min. Team Rating of 88, Min. Team Chemistry of 55. (Reward: Mega Pack)
  • 89-Rated: Team overall rating of 89, Team Chemistry of 55. (Reward: Rare Players Pack)
  • 89-Rated: Min. one TOTSSF, TOTW, or TOTW Moments player. Min. Team Rating of 89, Min. Team Chemistry of 50. (Reward: Jumbo Premium Gold Players)

Lucas Moura Moments SBC solutions and cost

Now, building six squads might sound pretty costly from the get go, but having the coins to complete all of Moura’s requirements is a different ball game altogether.

According to FUTBIN, the challenges costs at least 990k coins on Xbox, 1,000,000 coins on PlayStation, and 1,160,000 coins on Origin for PC. However, to try and make it as cheap as possible, we’ve dug up the cheapest squads for each team that you have to build.

The answer to Moura’s Spurs squad.
The answer to Moura’s Selecao squad.
The answer to Moura’s Premier League squad
The answer to Moura’s Top Performer squad.

Lucas Moura SBC 89-rated squads

With this particular SBC needing two different squads to be at least 89-rated, we’ve given them their own section here in the breakdown of cheapest squads.

To make a distinction between the two, the first squad you see is the one that requires at least 55 chemistry, while the second requires at least one special card and a minimum of 50 chemistry.

Obviously, this SBC isn’t for players who are saving their coins for things like the Ultimate Team of the Season So Far. 

However, if you get your hands on Lucas, he should be a game-changer for your forward line. If you do pick him up, be sure to let us know how he feels in-game by tweeting us @UltimateTeamUK.


EA SPORTS responds to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s FIFA 21 licensing threats

Published: 26/Nov/2020 8:24

by Andrew Amos


The developers of FIFA 21, EA SPORTS, has responded to threats by AC Milan star Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his agent to sue the publisher over the licensing of his “likeness.” EA claims that “it’s not their fight,” saying FIFPro should step in.

Zlatan might be sitting pretty on top of the Serie A with AC Milan, netting 10 goals in six games to help the Rossoneri remain undefeated, however, he was seeing red at EA using his “likeness” in FIFA 21.

The Swedish star, who has featured in numerous FIFA titles, challenged EA over the rights to use his image. He claimed EA did not seek his permission, and because he wasn’t a member of FIFPro, he wasn’t covered by their license.

“Who gave FIFA EA Sports permission to use my name and face? I’m not aware to be a member of FIFpro and if I am I was put there without any real knowledge through some weird maneuver. And for sure I never allowed or FIFPro to make money using me,” he said.

“Somebody is making profit on my name and face without any agreement all these years. Time to investigate,” he adds in a follow-up.

Ibrahimovic’s stance was backed by his agent Mino Raiola, who told British paper The Telegraph that over 300 players were considering legal action.

However, EA has responded to Zlatan’s claims, stating the fight isn’t meant to be fought with the developer, but with FIFPro themselves.

“The licensing arguments being played out in social media for effect are not an issue for EA or EA Sports. This is between FIFPro, the players within their association, and their representatives. FIFPro has told us this is their issue, and they’re handling it ⁠— we expect a statement to that effect imminently,” the developers told Forbes.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic in an AC Milan kit in FIFA
EA claims Zlatan should be fighting FIFPro, not the developers, over using his likeness in FIFA 21.

“This isn’t our fight. This isn’t about EA Sports or video games, players or fans. It’s a battle between football agents and FIFPro.”

EA also stated they had worked with Raiola to help market FIFA 21 using Erling Haaland, one of his clients. EA also said they have “enjoyed a great working relationship” with Ibrahimovic,

AC Milan signed an exclusive agreement with EA SPORTS in 2020 to allow the developers to use accurate face scans for the entire team. Other partner clubs, such as Real Madrid and Inter Milan, are also part of this agreement.

Ibrahimovic is yet to respond to EA’s statement.