FIFA 20 Shooting & Finishing Guide (Tutorial & Tips)
Learn how to shoot the ball and get familiar with all shooting and finishing techniques and controls at FIFA 20 video-game. In FIFA 20, you can time your shots and score great goals. This feature is called “Timed Finishing”.
Here is a complete guide for shooting in EA Sports FIFA 20 which includes instructions on how to take shots and to score goal in FIFA 20 online and offline matches.
How to Take Shots in FIFA 20
To take a shot in FIFA 20 you need to press the shoot button (◯ on PlayStation / B on Xbox) and choose your shooting direction using the left stick (L). This is called the basic shooting skill in FIFA 20.
For advanced shooting in FIFA 20, you need to get familiar with all shooting techniques and controls, which you can find it here.
Shooting Techniques and Controls
There are five key types of shooting in FIFA 20:
Timed Finishing (Time Your Shot)
Low Driven Shot
These shooting methods have different types which we’re going through each of them here:
A normal shot is performed by pressing just the shoot button. A normal shot can be taken from far or near the goal and it’s quite accurate to reach the goal when it’s well targeted.
Time Your Shot (Timed Finishing)
Timed Finishing, a new shooting mechanic that lets you time your shot and this will help you to shoot more accurately and score from tight angles that would not be possible to score from using classic shooting style. To do this, you need to tap the shot button two times. The time between each tapping is the key and that’s why its called “Timed Finishing”.
To time your shots and score goals using this technique, the challenge is timing your second tap perfectly. If you tap it too early or too late, it could actually make your shot a little bit worse. With the FIFA Trainer turned on, you will see a coloured bar over your player’s head with sliders. Your second tap should be right when the sliders hit the green zone in the middle. If you successfully unlock a Timed Finish, you will see a short message above the bar that says, “Great Timing!”.
Timed Finishing applies to any type of open-play strike, whether it is a header, volley, finesse shot—even a bicycle kick.
Low Driven Shot
A los shot is a low-powered normal shot which goes on the ground to reach the target. A low shot is slightly slow and has more accuracy to hit the back of the net. This shot is usually useful on one-on-one situations with the goalie where you need to slowly roll the ball into the goal.
Chip shot is a form of short kick that lifts the ball high in the air in order to pass the keeper or defenders and land in to the goal.
Finesse shot is a refined and delicate shot which has more accuracy rather than power. Finesse shots are usually curled and are taken with inside of the foot.
Flair shot is a fancy and powerful shot which has less accuracy but got more power to beat the keeper.
A ground shot taken from a free kick which rolls on the field in order to go below the defence wall when the defenders are jumping up or go around them to hit the goal.
Shooting Speed, Strength and Reaction
The speed and strength of your shots are determined by holding the shot buttons. The longer you hold the button, the more strength you are going to put on the ball. The quicker you press the shot button, the shorter reaction your player will take to kick the ball. The more power you give to the ball, the higher your ball flies in the air.
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