Lars Stindl is a footballer from Germany, who currently plays as an offensive midfielder for Bundesliga’s club Borussia Mönchengladbach and for the German national team. Stindl had an impressive month of December with four games, four goals and one assist for his team. Which led to his designation as the Bundesliga’s player of the month for that period. In his base form, Stindl is by no mean a top-class player, however his POTM card comes with nice upgrades that makes him rather interesting and less challenging to get than Bruno Fernandes and his six teams requirement.
Stindl’s POTM card comes with an 86 points overall rating. He has good offensive stats with 86 to passing and dribbling and 89 points to shooting. Lindl’s card also comes with 4 stars rating to his weak foot and skill moves. However, his defensive skills are lackluster with average pacing and defending. Compared to Bruno Fernandes, Stindl’s POTM card is exceptionally cheap with a price between 45,000 and 50,000 FUT coins.
The requirements for the first squad of this SBC, which should cost around 22,000 coins, are as follow:
One Borussia Mönchengladbach player
One IF player
Minimum squad rating: 82
Team Chemistry: Min. 70
The second team’s price is slightly higher; it should cost around 25,000 FUT coins with the following requirements:
One Bundesliga player
Minimum squad rating: 83
Team Chemistry: Min. 65
FUTBIN has listed the cheapest players needed to complete this challenge. As you can see, Lindl is a cheap player and not exactly, the cream of the crop, however, his upgraded card’s bonuses are not insignificant. There are several ways to get around his lack of speed and his offensive skills make him rather interesting for this price range. As usual, the final decision is up to the players, knowing that the main appeal of this card is probably its price. U7buy offers you FUT coins
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