April's domestic league action in Italy has come to an end which means it's time for another player to be crowned the Serie A POTM in FIFA 23.
This time, the Serie A Player of the Month (POTM) winner has gone to Portuguese sensation Rafael Leao, with the Milan star crowned the Player of the Month for a second time this season, having won October's Serie A award.
Raphael Leao Serie A POTM SBC (OVR 90)
Start Date: Friday, 12 May
Expiry Date: Thursday, 15 June
You only need to submit one squad to unlock the 90-rated Raphael Leao Serie A POTM SBC, with the requirements as follows:
- Minimum one Serie A player
- Minimum one TOTW or TOTS player
- Minimum 86 Squad Rating
Reward - 1 x Rafael Leao Serie A POTM
Estimated Cost - 74,500 coins
You can use the following players to complete the Raphael Leao Serie A POTM SBC:
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Rafael Leao was on fire yet again throughout April. He netted a brace on two separate occasions, scoring four goals in total in the month.
Leao also registered one assist in five league appearances, helping AC Milan go unbeaten throughout the month of April.
With Leao's help, Stefano Pioli's men managed to claim nine points from a possible 15 in April, with a record of two wins and three draws.
Those five goal contributions in April take Leao's tally to 12 goals and eight assists in the Serie A for the 2022/23 campaign.
If he wasn't already before, the 23-year-old is now a shoo-in for the Serie A Team of the Season (TOTS) in FIFA 23.
Five different Serie A clubs were represented in this April's shortlist, with three players from Italy included.
Argentine forward Lautaro Martinez was possibly Leao's hottest contender, having netted three goals in five appearances in April, taking his tally to 17 league goals for the season.
The following players were nominated for the Serie A's April Player of the Month award:
- Lautaro Martinez
- Rafael Leao
- Lorenzo Pellegrini
- Simone Verdi
- Mattia Zaccagni
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