Best finisher Javier Hernandez to guarantee goals in FIFA 17
This time EA Sports replaced the previous “ignite” engine with the new “frost”engine in FIFA 17 and this new engine works well. We can learn that this new engine have a good improvement of enhancing the picture effect from the official screenshot. From the latest FIFA 17 post, you can clearly see the facial expression of Eden Hazard and Anthony Martial. The new engine has a big change on the characters’ facial expressions and details. So the scene of FIFA 17 is more realistic. FIFA 17 has a great improvement in the player’s action with the new engine frost. For the great new game, EA has also added a lot of new football teams and clubs in FIFA 17. It’s interesting to find great players.
There are certain players in FIFA who are more valuable than others, no matter what their overall ratings are. Faster players, strong beast attackers and wonderkids are always high on the list, and of course you can add sweet strikers to that. The best finishers can make mediocre players all the more dangerous to play against, adding a goal threat where one might not be with lesser strikers. So naturally, the players with the best stats for Finishing are just as important to find as the fastest ones.
Finishing Rating: 89
Deemed not really good enough for a first team slot at Man Utd, Javier Hernandez moved first to Real Madrid, where he didn't score enough goals to earn a full-time contract, and then Leverkusen, where he's taken like a duck to water. Last year the man who was always called a natural finisher in Manchester hit 26 goals in all competitions.
As a result of those stats for a relatively unfancied team (aside from a few gems), Hernandez has been upgraded from 88 to 89 Finishing, but some of his other key stats have dipped. There's no way he deserves a 6 point decrease on Sprint Speed, but the rest of his improvements look about right.
Unfortunately for last year's second best finisher Carlos Tevez there's no place for him in the top 20, but he's not the only former great to see his rating cut dramatically. Names as eye-catching as Wayne Rooney, Alexandre Lacazette, Hulk and Robin Van Persie are all gone. And so is Jermain Defoe (but not all downgrades are incorrect). But that means the most gifted strikers of the ball in this year's game is a whole new world of class.