Low driven shots have long been favored by FIFA players, allowing players to bury the ball right into the bottom corners, making it hard for the goalkeeper to save. As expected, this year’s entry makes them just as clinical in front of goal as past games, so here’s what you’ll want to know on how to score low driven shots in FIFA 20.
Scoring Low Driven Shots in FIFA 20
Fortunately, EA Sports hasn’t made it all that difficult to do this type of shot in FIFA 20, because it’s the same as it was last year all over again. It’s also how you’d perform a downward header if you were attacking a ball coming at your player in the air.
First, make sure you’re in a good position for shooting at goal. When you do, simply press the shoot button, alongside the two shoulder buttons on your controller. We’ve included platform-specific controls for low driven shots in FIFA 20 below:
|Platform||How to Score Low Driven Shots|
|PS4||Circle + L1 + R1|
|Xbox One||B + LB + RB|
|Nintendo Switch||A + L + R|
Tips for Scoring Low Driven Shots
Timed Finishing is in FIFA 20 after debuting in FIFA 19, so this does add another layer of complexity to scoring in general.
From our experience, you’ll want to press the shoot button (Circle, B, A) within one to two frames from pressing it the first time for it to be green, making your shot even more unstoppable.
Generally, low driven shots are best tried when you’re in the box and relatively close to the goal.
The power on the ball can make it great for driving through a crowded box into one of the bottom corners of the goal, so be sure to keep in mind how to use it.
That’s everything you need to know on how to score low driven shots in FIFA 20. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our guide wiki or search for Twinfinite. We have also listed some other helpful guides down below.
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