Anyway,you’re probably a bit rubbish at taking free-kicks on FIFA 15. In FIFA 15, the free kick is not a difficult skill to learn but it does require practice. A tight-angle attempt involves a different approach from one that lies in front of the keeper. Also, a free kick from the left side should be tried differently than one from the right.
A Player Experience:
“If you are after free-kicks with a bit more showboating style and finesse, then we suggest that you go for the curling shot. These are most effective from the wider areas of the pitch, either from the left or right is doesn’t really matter. If you’re looking to curl the ball from the left side of the wall for example sake, then the first thing you must do is select a left-footed player to take on the challenge.
You’ll then want to aim left by about the width of two or three players outside of the post. This will ensure that you will hit that all-important corner of the net, and keep the ball away from the goalkeepers reach. It will only take about one and a half bars of the power gauge to nail this. If you go for more power, then the accuracy and curve of the FK will be compromised and the technique won’t work.
It’s also important to remember that you’ll need a player that possesses amazing curve in their stats, and reasonable power and FK accuracy. The last aspect to remember about the curled FK is to hold the left-stick right after the power gauge has stopped to help the ball curve into the corner and around the wall. For the right side, just simple do the opposite to the above advice.
You can always go to the practice arena to improve your overall free-kicks and try all of the methods out there.”