Chelsea is set to face Real Madrid in the semi-final second leg of the Champions League, and FIFA 21 has issued a showdown set SBC for this matchup including Chelsea Left-Midfielder Alonso. His SBC will be available up to Wednesday, May 5 at 1:00 PM EST, before the second leg starts.
Here's everything you need to know about the new Marcos Alonso FUT Showdown SBC.
Marcos Alonso FUT Showdown SBC Price
Alonso's FUT Showdown SBC costs two full squad segments to complete, with the following requirements for each squad:
- Team Rating: min 84
- # of Players from Chelsea: min 1
- Team Chemistry: min 70
- Team Rating: min 85
- # of Players from Team of the Week: min 1
- # of Players from Premier League: min 1
- Team Chemistry: min 60
According to FUTBIN, with the prices of cards on the market low due to Team of the Season, Alonso costs are 130,000 coins to complete.
Marcos Alonso FUT Showdown
Marcos Alonso has been positioned changed from a left-back to a left-midfielder for his FUT Showdown card. He has high-low work rates, three-star skill moves and weak foot, and a high and average+ body type at 6'2" tall. He's been boosted to the following base stats:
- Pace: 90
- Shooting: 85
- Passing: 86
- Dribbling: 88
- Defending: 84
- Physicality: 84
Marcos Alonso FUT Showdown SBC Analysis
He may not be the best winger or left-mid in FIFA this year, but Marcos Alonso may be a solid Premier League LB if upgraded to a 91 rated card. His defending is solid, especially with a shadow chemistry style, and he has solid pace and dribbling with great passing outside of his poor vision. With 97 stamina as well, Alonso will be able to keep up with great wingers in FIFA throughout the game and even into extra time. If you play the five-back formations, he can also be a great tempo-pusher on the counter attack after winning the ball, and he can supply enough defense as a comeback on defense-style left-mid in a three-back formation.
While most of his stats don't scream out at you as a "meta" player, Marcos Alonso has some stats that can look great when upgraded. He links into other leagues and fills in as a superb end-game left back in the premier league. For his price, Alonso isn't the greatest card in the world, but is worth it for the upgrade potential and flexibility around the pitch.