Borussia Dortmund’s English star Jadon Sancho has been named as the Bundesliga Player of the Month for February, giving him a special 89-rated Ultimate Card in FIFA 20 that can only be collected through a special SBC.
After weeks of waiting and calls for the release of the Bundesliga February Player of the Month card, FIFA players finally got the answer they wanted on March 20 as Jadon Sancho was announced as the recipient.
The Borussia Dortmund star bagged three goals and chipped in with two assists during February and managed to beat players like Joshua Kimmich and Serge Gnabry to the accolade. As a result, his 89-rated special card can now be claimed through a series of squad building challenges – SBCs.
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Jadon Sancho FIFA 20 SBC time limit, requirements, & cost
Unlike the maze of five SBCs that had to be completed in order to get Bruno Fernandes’ Player of the Month card, the 89-rated Sancho is a little easier to get your hands on.
Instead of five challenges, players just need to complete two – building one Borussia Dortmund focused squad and another for the Bundesliga. Though, it won’t be the cheapest set of challenges to complete.
- Squad Rating – Min. 85
- Borussia Dortmund players – Min. 1
- Team Chemistry – Min. 75
- Squad Rating – Min. 86
- Bundesliga players – Min. 1
- Team Chemistry – 70
Bundesliga POTM Jadon Sancho FIFA 20 SBC answers
As of writing, the cost of completing the Sancho POTM SBC varies just a bit depending on which platform you’re on. According to FUTBIN, it will cost you 242k on Xbox One, 241k on PlayStation, and 236k on Origin for PC – though, they could change seeing as the challenge is only brand-new.
To help you save a few coins and get the challenges completed, we’ve rounded a handful of the cheapest answers available to you from FUTBIN.
February POTM Jadon Sancho FIFA 20 stats
Sancho is one of the most widely used cards in FIFA 20 – be it his base 84 card or number of in-forms that have dropped throughout the year. The 89-card, though, is a position switch – with the English forward being given an LF card.
He is still rapid across the ground though, clocking in with 93 acceleration and 90 sprint speed. Sancho looks to be deadly inside the box as well with 89 finishing.
Though, he’ll probably do the most damage out wide. He has 96 agility, 95 balance, and 97 dribbling so he can easily run rings around defenders. Once he does that, the winger can pick a pass – having 86 crossing and 91 short passing.
As of writing, the Sancho SBC will be available for 27 days, meaning you’ve got until Thursday, April 16 before it disappears.
What will happen after that point, though, remains to be seen as football leagues across Europe have suspended play due to the Coronavirus outbreak – meaning there probably won’t be a March Player of the Month card to vote on.