FIFA 20 is full of hidden tactics the game doesn’t really tell you about, many of which can give you a huge advantage on the pitch. One that has become more popular over the last couple of years is the ability to move your goalkeeper. So that you can get into a better position to save a shot, here’s everything you need to know about how to move your goalkeeper in FIFA 20.
You may be familiar with the ability after it was a point of contention in FIFA 19, where it was a new feature. Players were able to move their goalkeeper too easily, with them seemingly sprinting across the goal in an unnaturally quick time to save a shot.
For FIFA 20, the ability was scaled back a little, with the goalkeeper’s position being locked once a shot was taken, reducing the impact of it. However, it can still be very useful in certain situations.
How to Move Your Goalkeeper in FIFA 20
All you need to do is hold down the right stick and push it in the direction you want the goalkeeper to move. You need to keep the stick held down while you move them and they’ll stop moving when you let go of it.
As mentioned above, you won’t be able to move at all once your opponent has initiated a shot, so you’ve then just got to hope that the AI saves it for you.
You’ll want to let go of the right stick as soon as you can once a shot is taken so that you can get control of your defenders in case a rebound happens.
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