FIFA 20: Top 5 attacking teams in the game
EA launched FIFA 20, the latest iteration of the much loved football game, in September 2019. FIFA 20 now has the newest team line-ups and boasts a slew of changes and improvements. With various star-studded teams in the game, picking the best ones based on overall ratings is by no means an easy feat.
There are three main aspects when it comes to football: attacking, the midfield playmaking and lastly, the defence. Attackers need to be sharp and prolific while midfilders should have enough grit to win the ball and enough guile to spring attacks. The defence needs to be robust, backed by a goalkeeper who can get going when things get tough.
With that in mind, here is a list of teams which are exceedingly good at attacking and will shred through defences without breaking a sweat. The teams listed were picked based on their attacking players and their midfield delivery which makes them even more lethal. Contribution of advancing full-backs have also been taken into consideration.
#5 Real Madrid
Real Madrid has a great front-line with skilled players. The default formation of Los Blancos allows them to attack from the flanks and have an attacking midfielder ready in the final third of the park, ready to overload the box and pounce when the opportunity presents itself.
The Spanish giants play a 4-3-3 formation with a false 9. It is quite obvious that Karim Benzema plays that role for the team. He is an experienced, underrated footballer with a high understanding of the game. However, things get serious when you take into account the flank players. Especially Eden Hazard, who has joined the side in the summer.
The deadly trio of Hazard, Benzema and Vinicius Jr. give them an attack rating of 85 but the real difference makers are the midfielders. Luka Modric pops up in dangerous positions quite often and Tony Kroos contributes with his range of passing and his amazing shooting abilities. Left-back Marcelo is a great player going forward in the attack and can be lethal with his crosses in the box.