Robert Lewandowski receives the Bundesliga POTM award in FIFA 21, to no one’s surprise, for his continued excellent goal-scoring record. In comparison to the Johnathan Bamba SBC that was released yesterday by EA, this card is coming in at 50k less – 300k on both consoles.

No surprise in that Lewandowski scoring twenty-five goals in the league is more than one goal per game – but it's a surprise that EA has not returned with a Package with five Rare Champions to go up against these incredible goals. However EA has is rumored in the past to make these Champions Packs for MLS and NFL but it appears the pair of consecutive EA sports FIFA officials won't be shooting for another spot.

There are many strings of tension between EA's story as to Lewandowski's goal-scoring record and FIFA's wishy-washy story, which doesn't really make any sense with the firearms Trophieslyrowing. It was unclear last summer when Lewandowski first crossed a goal out in Germany, nor even when his first Premier League goal was curbed by Clint Hill.

Finally Lewandowski's 22nd Bundesliga goal in 527 minutes has been the last one and it snapped his streak of thirty league goals with the last Lecce goal of the season clenched tightly in with the Spaniard about to move in a £6m deal. His stats show that he is currently juggling Liverpool, Sevilla Hotspur, Bayern Munich and Dortmund along with adding pints to last summer's £100k Dortmund hammering over the course of eleven months – isn't this evidence enough?

We guess FIFA is just going to be shown your way like for $7,400,000 FIFA 24 for PS4, Xbox One and PC launches no less.

Don't want to have this on PS4? You could always go to Xbox game on TV which £2.99/$4 is available to buy a week to week until then.

All the FIFA 21 papers are postmarked by Thames Valley Police.

In the meantime GenuineClub will be hosting one round of football finance gambling including Super Satis Starts! until October 27th at Random Lady's of the Community on the evening of the 13th. So enjoy Football Saturday all year round:

As part of the Tour de France, Team Sky and Boels-Dolmans need to feel their way home again after taking second and third, respectively, from three successive mountain stages.

The ladies gappers got plenty of ground before the first rest day of 28 May. Eddie Peppery won stage two with Joe Dombrowski and did everything right there – beating Boels-Dolmans team-mate Klaas Lodewyck when the pair hit the lead group. Fredrik Kessiakoff challenged
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