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FIFA 19: How to Bicycle Kick

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FIFA 19: How to Bicycle Kick

How to Bicycle Kick in FIFA 19

Here’s everything you need to know about how to bicycle kick in FIFA 19.

Many of the shooting mechanics have changed in FIFA 19. With the introduction of Timed Finishing, there is more risk involved with going for goal and the low driven shot isn’t as powerful as it once was.

However, you may be looking to score with something that’s a little more spectacular. Maybe a bicycle kick in the mold of Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s vs. England.

There are two ways to try and score a bicycle kick in FIFA 19. The first is to send a cross in from wide positions and pressing L2 and circle (LT and B if you’re on Xbox) when the ball is behind and above the player you’re trying to score with. It’s not easy, but keep trying and it’ll eventually work.

The other way to score a bicycle kick in FIFA 19 is to set one up for yourself. It will be difficult in online modes when you’re being pressured by defenders, but it easier offline.

If you repeatedly press L2 and R1 (LT and RB for Xbox One players), the player you’re controlling will begin to juggle the ball on the spot. If you then flick the left analog stick in the direction you’re facing, the player will kick the ball up above their head and turn their back to goal.

Once the ball is a couple of feet above the player’s head, press L2 or LT and Circle or B at the same time and they’ll do a bicycle kick. It works in the same way as any other Flair Shot.

Just keep your fingers crossed that it’ll fly into the top corner. You can also press shoot a second time to activate Timed Finishing with the hope of the shot being more accurate and powerful while trying to score a bicycle kick in FIFA 19.

That everything there is to know about how to bicycle kick in FIFA 19. For more tips and tricks on the game, check out our FIFA 19 wiki guide.


Question: How do you do a bicycle kick in FIFA 19?

Answer: The best way to do so is to press L2/LT at the same time as shooting when the ball is above your player’s head.

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