*BREAKING* FIFA 20 Player of the Month (POTM): Alexander-Arnold claims December award – Rating, SBC & more
After another month of top class performances, Liverpool’s young defender has won the award.
Liverpool have been a class above the rest in the Premier League so far this season – we’re at the halfway point in the season and the Merseyside team are yet to be beaten!
They currently sit 13 points above second place Leicester, with a massive goal difference of 35. Trent Alexander-Arnold has been one of Liverpool’s most important players, as his combination of attacking and defensive prowess epitomises the modern wing back.
Therefore, it’s no surprise that the young Englishman has been awarded the Premier League Player of the Month (POTM) for December.
December saw Liverpool win five from five games, besting second place Leicester 4-0!
Alexander-Arnold contributed three assists and a goal over the month, as well as keeping three clean sheets – a worthy POTM winner!
His boosted POTM card is reflective of the young defender’s form, with a boost from his base rating of 83 to a massive 88 overall.
90 passing, 85 defending and 85 passing make for a devastating right back, and is an accurate representation of Alexander-Arnold’s all-round talent.
Most of you will want to get your hands on Alexander-Arnold’s boosted card and we don’t blame you – EA have now tweeted confirming that the SBC for the defender’s special card will arrive on Monday.
This POTM award tops off a great week for Alexander-Arnold as he was also named in FIFA 20’s Team of the Year (TOTY) squad and was awarded a 95 rated card.
The full Team of the Year
Vote for your 12th player
All is not lost for those who didn’t make the Team of the Year, as the community can vote for one final player to come in as 12th man for the side.
The nominees are:
- Cristiano Ronaldo (OVR 94)
- Robert Lewandowski (OVR 90)
- Hakim Ziyech (OVR 86)
- Raheem Sterling (OVR 89)
- Eden Hazard (OVR 92)
Head in-game on FIFA 20 Ultimate Team to cast your vote!
We expect the 12th man to be named later today (Friday 10th January).