FIFA 22: Player Moments Olivier Giroud SBC Cheapest Solutions & Review

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A new face has arrived in the FIFA 22 Player Moments promotion, with former Arsenal and Chelsea forward Olivier Giroud joining the mix.

The Frenchman, now of AC Milan, has been handed a Player Moments card that looks back to his amazing overhead kick against Atletico Madrid in last seasons UEFA Champions League campaign.

Here is everything you need to know about this Player Moments Giroud SBC.

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Moments Giroud Stats

Giroud has been upgraded to an 89 OVR for his appearance in the Player Moments promotion.

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The French forward has been handed one of the largest in-game statistic upgrades of the FIFA year, with his pace upgraded by 47 ratings to an 86 OVR. Giroud has also seen big boosts to his dribbling (85 OVR), shooting (90 OVR) and physicality (90 OVR).

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Giroud has retained his 4* skills and 3* weak foot found on his base card.

Moments Giroud Requirements

EA are asking for just one squad in return for this Giroud card, with the requirements for the squad as follows:

  • French Players: Min 1
  • TOTW Players: Min 1
  • Squad Rating: Min 85
  • Team Chemistry: Min 75
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Moments Giroud Expiry Date

You will be allowed two weeks to complete this SBC, with Giroud expiring on Monday, February 14th.

Moments Giroud Cheapest Solutions

This Player Moments Giroud will cost roughly 100,000 coins for those looking to complete the SBC from scratch.

The cheapest solution to the required squad is as follows:

  • GK - 85 SOMMER
  • LB - 85 MARTINEZ
  • CB - 86 HUMMELS
  • CB - 84 GINTER
  • RB - 83 HERNANDEZ
  • CM - 85 MILINKOVIC-SAVIC
  • CM - 85 GUNDOGAN
  • CM - 84 HAVERTZ
  • LW - 83 GOSENS
  • RW - 86 ZIYECH (TOTW)
  • ST - 84 WERNER
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Moments Giroud Review - Is It Worth It?

It's worth noting that whilst Giroud is now much more usable than he was prior to this card being released, he is still not a meta striker per se.

The French forward is a good option for those looking for a target man to lead the line, but he is not going to be the man to make those darting runs in behind.

He's not a bad option, but we feel 100,000 coins is a little excessive for the AC Milan man.