How to Score Finesse Shots in FIFA 23

Using the finesse shot in FIFA 23 is always a wise move.

Keeping defenders and goalkeepers on their toes is always something attackers want to strive for. Enter FIFA 23, and once more there are multiple shot options to choose from. From power to flair, and anything in between, this guide is here to explain how to score finesse shots in FIFA 23.

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Guide to Finesse Shots in FIFA 23

There are a handful of shot options to choose from within the FIFA franchise. It could be argued that the most useful among them is the finesse shot. Sometimes, a power shot seems too obvious. Other times, the flair shot may not be so appropriate. So that is where the finesse shot comes in, and depending on your platform, this is how you pull one off:

  • Xbox: RB + B
  • PS4 & PS5: R1 + Circle
  • Nintendo Switch: R + A

And that’s that, folks—all you need to know in order to pull off a finesse shot in FIFA 23. Once more, performing this particular shot is the simple part. The more crucial aspects lie within the player and the timing of the shot itself. No two strikers strike a ball the same way. And, more than that, not all strikers are capable of a certain type of finesse. So, it’s up to you to find your perfect shot-taker.

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