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How to Score Corners Every time in FIFA 19

Posted by on Mar 13, 2019 in Gaming guide |


One of the most effective and easiest ways to score the goals in FIFA 19 is from your corners. There are some tips to elevate your set pieces when taking corners in FIFA 19 so that you can score the majority of the time. Here are the best guides to take corners in this game:

  • Always pass to a second player. You can call one player forward while you are taking the corner, and then pass off to one. Passing the ball in this way gives more opportunities to score from corners in FIFA 19.
  • When you pass the pall to the second player, hit R1/RB. You’ll dummy the ball and can take this second player the space to shoot or cross in a curled cross.
  • Curl the corners with the right stick once holding the shoot button, this helps add power to any chances coming out of the cross.
  • Head into the tactics menu then tweak the Corners bar in the defense section. This allows you to change the number of players as you want in the box during a corner.

FIFA 19 Attacking Controls – Shooting Controls and Shot Types List

Knowing exactly which shot to use in each situation and knowing the shot controls is a great way to maximize your goal-scoring potential. We’ve listed the attacking controls in FIFA 19 for you to follow.

  • Timed Finish – Circle/B + Circle/B
  • Shoot/ Volley/ Header – Circle/B
  • Chip Shot – L1/LB + Circle/B
  • Finesse Shot – R1/RB + Circle/B
  • No Touch Feints – R1/RB + Left Stick
  • Fake Shot – Circle/B + X/A
  • Protect Ball – L2/LT
  • Cancel – L2/LT + R2/RT
  • Call for Support – R1/ RB
  • Flair Shot – L2/LT + Circle/ B
  • Flick Up For Volley – R3/RS (Press)
  • Slow Dribble – L1/LB + Left Stick + Direction
  • Left Stick (Towards Ball) + Disguised First Touch – R1/RB (Press and Hold)
  • Left Stick (Towards the Ball) + Let Ball Run – R1/ RB (Press and Hold)

FIFA 19 Best Defensive Formation 2019

Posted by on Mar 1, 2019 in Gaming guide |


FIFA 19 supplies a new Dynamic Tactics screen which helps you customize and switch up on the fly your formation. Due to this, there’s no longer only one defensive formation to rule all because you can easily change from Defensive to Ultra-defensive strategies. There are some FIFA 19 Defensive formations and tactics so that you can set up your team to defend effectively.

  • There’s a FIFA 19 brand new formation called 4-1-3-2. It is ideal for building your Ultra-Defensive strategy and slightly bringing back a CM to help with defense. When it comes to defensive tactics, you should take a look at Drop Back, which helps to preserve the shape of your team while moving every player back to defend. Your strikers will be more passive, however, the defense will be rock-solid.
  • When it comes to Player Instructions, assign all CM and defenders with the Stay Back While Attacking instruction. You can alter this to leave out the midfielders for Defensive Game Plan, but make sure that your defenders are still staying back.
  • For Defensive Game Plan, you’d better adopt the 4-3-3 Defensive formation. This will keep plenty of support, especially if you set your free kicks bars and corners down to around 3, counter attacks will be able to quickly dealt with.
  • In this 4-3-3 Defensive Formation, set Defensive tactics to Pressure on Heavy touch to make sure that you have enough players to be back if the ball goes loose and ends up in the possession of the

How to Defend Crosses in FIFA 19

If not defended correctly, crosses can be deadly in FIFA 19. The ability to stop an attacking play is very important, and there’s not any single tip for every type of cross you’ll be encountering. There are some all-around good tips when defending crosses in this game.

  • Stopping a through ball cross to a winger – If an opponent is advancing towards goal, a common move is that one of their wingers will make a run up to accept a through ball pass. In this case, hold R1/RB to have a second defender to move towards the receiver, then using the right stick to switch to them. Then start moving towards the corner flag to fill the space where the attacker is planning to run.


How to Defend in FIFA 19, Best Defensive Formation to Use

Posted by on Feb 16, 2019 in Games |


You won’t be able to get far in FIFA 19 if you don’t have a solid defense. But it seems to be the most difficult thing to be good at in this game, especially when the defending and tackling have been overhauled once again for this year’s entry. We’ve pulled together some important defending tips and tricks. In this guide, we will show the way to defend and tackle in this game. We will take a look at what the defending controls are, the best defensive strategy to use in FIFA 19, and how to defend crosses.

These are some FIFA 19 Defending Tips below:

  1. Jockey – Don’t forget to use the Jockey button to finesse your movement. Hold LT or L2 and you will face the attacking player. Doing this, it is easier to side step and close down the space. All you need to do is getting close enough and then tapping circle to take the ball back.
  2. Slide Tackles – Although the Slide Tackles are always a risky move in other FIFA games, they are incredibly helpful in FIFA 19. If you do them at speed, and if you are close to a player, you’ll have the opportunity to win the ball. So take the chance whenever you can.
  3. 50/50 battles – This is a new tackling system which is introduced in FIFA 19. When you have the ball, hold the L2 button to shield against the opposing player. By doing this, any attacks against you will be judged through the new system, that weighs each player’s defensive stats up to determine the outcome.
  4. Use two defenders at once – When defending, you will notice that there is a transparent icon above one of your team’s other players, this is your second defender. So hold down R1 and that defending player will move to apply pressure, helping you block passing play. You can switch to the second defender by hitting L1.


Best Attacking Formation in FIFA 19

Posted by on Jan 27, 2019 in Games |

Most FIFA 19 players adopt the strategies which favor strikers and attackers. Therefore, the default formation of your team may not be the best one for scoring goals. There are some tips on building an attacking formation so that you can set up the best formation for scoring goals in FIFA 19.

  • In this game, you have a ton of the individual tactics control at your disposal. You can switch up Formation on the go and set the custom formations to each Game Plans. So you’re no longer in need of locking yourself into only one rigid formation.
  • If you’re going with Attacking Game Plan, you had better go with a 4-2-3-1 formation. Keeping good width will help you feed the ball in from the wing which moves that line of four attackers in to score goals.
  • For your Ultra Attacking Play, you should go for a 4-2-4. This will ensure that there is a high density of attackers to connect with any crosses you send.
  • Assigning Fast Build Up to customize your attacking plays is a good idea. This can gradually speed up play when you get closer to the goal and also make your offensive moves more dynamic.
  • Instructions can be assigned to any players in your squad. This determines how they will react is up to the Game Plan you choose. We recommend the “Get in Behind” Instruction for strikers because this will help you feed through balls to your best strikers.

FIFA 19 Attacking Controls – Shot Types List and Shooting Controls

Knowing exactly which kind of shot to use in each situation is a good way to maximize your scoring potential. However, it won’t be worthy if you don’t understand the shot controls. That’s why we’ve listed the attacking controls in FIFA 19 below.

  • Shoot/ Volley/ Header – Circle/B
  • Timed Finish – Circle/B + Circle/B
  • Chip Shot – L1/LB + Circle/B
  • No Touch Feints – R1/RB + Left Stick
  • Protect Ball – L2/LT
  • Call for Support – R1/ RB
  • Finesse Shot – R1/RB + Circle/B
  • Cancel – L2/LT + R2/RT
  • Flair Shot – L2/LT + Circle/ B
  • Fake Shot – Circle/B + X/A




How to Score Goals in FIFA 19, Best Attacking Formation (part 1)

Posted by on Jan 13, 2019 in Games |

Maybe you have the best FIFA 19 team, but you still won’t win if you, the player, cannot score goals. There is a swath of new shooting mechanics in this game, however, it’s easier to squarely plant the ball in the back of the net. To help you be able to beat the keeper every time, we’ve put together this Shooting Guide of FIFA 19. This guide will show you the way to score many goals, to use timed finishing, to perform goal celebrations, and to defend well in FIFA 19.

How to Score in FIFA 19

Many FIFA 19 players feel comfortable using one type of shot for many times, which means that they could miss out on a lot of goals. Understanding multiple shot types is one tip to hit the back of the net every time. Therefore, it definitely pays to know your Low shot from Timed Finishes. We’ve listed some information on FIFA 19 shooting below for you to expand your attacking strategy and play style.

FIFA 19 Driven Shot – Best Shot for Scoring Goals

Driven Shot version is the new Low Shot of FIFA 19. It has been slightly tweaked, however, it remains one of the easiest ways to score goals in this game, especially useful when going one on one with the keeper, as it can find the bottom corner of the net almost every time. To perform the Low Shot, you must hold L1 and R1 and press shoot. Although only a first touch Low Shot by using a tap of the shoot button is also effective, you will want to hold the shoot button a little to charge your shot up. Make sure to slow down before doing this, and draw the keeper out of the goal. You will have enough space to slot it past them and should score nearly every time.


FIFA 19 Essential Tips

Posted by on Dec 29, 2018 in Games |

We’ve collected and written down here a list of the FIFA 19 essential tips, from keeping up with the new gameplay features, to goal scoring technique.

  • Learn how to use Timed Finishing – The new Timed Finishing shot is defined by the double tap shot input. It has three success levels which are indicated by your player icon’s color on release. Timed Finishing is most suitable for shots outside the box, and increase a little bit the power behind the ball.
  • Driven Shot – The Driven Shot is really a beast. It’s now mapped to L1 + R1 + Shoot. You should shot for one on one situation, and is also useful for volleys.
  • Slow down – One of the most popular mistakes which many FIFA 19 players make is to rely heavily on the sprint button. You may easily lose the ball while sprinting, so just use it for attacking plays and goal approaches.
  • Ground Cross – If you are playing against another player, use the ground cross to fool him. Ground crosses (double press cross) can be a great way to mix things up when your opponent mostly expect you to loft a cross in from up high.
  • Use Tactics – Among all series, FIFA 19 has the deepest tactics options. Before each game, look at the dynamic tactics menu and tweak to your play style to make a huge difference.
  • Quick Tactics – While playing, remember to use the quick tactics.
  • Up, Up – One of the most useful tips in FIFA 19 is pressing Up twice while attacking. This will help players to get into the box, and make a huge difference while crossing the ball.
  • Turn the difficulty up – If you want to get better at this game, you should have the difficulty at Professional. It will take you out of your comfort zone and make Career Mode much easier.
  • Learn the way to switch players with the right stick – Instead of hitting LB or L1, you can use the right analog stick to switch player. As you see can see, using L1 can only switch you to the player who are nearest to the ball and this isn’t always the best option. Flicking the stick towards the player who you really want to switch to is much better, and gives you much more options.