EA SPORTS have added a brand new Mohamed Daramy Player Moments special card in FIFA 20 Ultimate Team and here we’ll run through how you can complete the SBC to get it.
In the absence of real football, given the current global situation, a number of top players across Europe have been pitted against one another in EA’s Stay and Play Cup.
The winner was crowned on April 22, with FC Kobenhaven’s forward scooping the prize after a hard-fought victory against Jesper Karlstrom of Djurgardens. The match came right down to the wire, but the Dane managed to edge it with a 2-1 win.
20 tried, but only 1 could lift the trophy ?
— EA SPORTS FIFA #stayandplay (@EASPORTSFIFA) April 21, 2020
With his new card now available in FIFA 20 for a limited time, let’s run through his in-game stats, SBC requirements, cost, and solutions.
FIFA 20 Mo Daramy Player Moments SBC
While Daramy might not fit right into all teams in FIFA 20, given the fact he plays in the Danish Superliga, this might well be the ultimate bench player. He has 93 acceleration, 90 sprint speed, 92 finishing, and 86 strength.
Deadline and requirements
This is a limited time challenge, though, so if you want to get him you’re going to have to act fast. It expires on April 23. A full list of the requirements can be found below, and as you can see, only one team needs to be built.
- In-form or Player Moments players: Min 1
- Squad Rating: Min 83
- Team Chemistry: Min 80
- of players in the Squad: 11
Cost and solution
Now that you know the task that’s in front of you, you’ll be delighted to know it won’t set you back that much – considering how strong Daramy’s Player Moments looks, stats wise. According to FUTBIN. it costs around 34,000 coins on PlayStation 4, 39,000 on Xbox One, and 36,000 on PC.
The market does tend to fluctuate, though, so don’t be surprised if the figures shift a bit since the time of writing. Anyway, let’s take a look at our recommended solution.
Not too difficult, right? Given the fact that the challenge is so cheap, Daramy could be a great addition for players looking to bolster their bench – or possibly even as a starting attacking option, too.