Two title-chasers met in the Premier League - and you won't be surprised to see that yet another heavyweight clash ends in a 0-0 draw.
Both Liverpool and Manchester United had chances to win the top-of-the-table clash, but after 90 minutes at Anfield, the points were shared.
That has some ramifications for two recent SBCs currently in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team.
James Milner (OVR 86)
Liverpool's utility man gets a +1 rating boost following the draw.
Former England international James Milner has useful stats of 87 passing, 84 shooting and 84 dribbling, rewarding those who undertook the SBC.
His +1 boost takes his defending to 80, which could now tempt you to play him as a defensive midfielder, but we'd be surprised if many outside die-hard Liverpool fans took on his SBC - which was worth over 200,000 coins.
Scott McTominay (OVR 86)
Scottish international Scott McTominay also sees his overall rise to 86.
Unlike Milner, The Sauce started the clash and played the full 90 minutes.
McTominay now offers 92 physicality, 84 defending, 84 passing and 84 dribbling - making him a great option as a holding midfielder.
The 24-year-old was cheaper than Milner, costing no more than 170,000 coins - which may be worthwhile for any United or Scotland fans out there - but if you compare him to the 83-rated Allan for just 5,000 coins, it's not quite the same value for money!
All eyes on TOTY...
With no FUT promo last Friday, all signs point to FIFA 21's Team of the Year commencing on Friday, 22 January.
The vote closes on Monday, 18 January - so it's more than likely that TOTY fever will grip the FUT community.
Like previous years, a 12th man vote could allow one extra player to grab some of the TOTY action.