Anderson Talisca’s card is fantastic, with incredible shooting, dribbling, and pace, either as a central midfielder or as a forward. With a price tag of around 60-70k, the card isn’t crazy expensive. The only problem is that he plays for Guangzhou in the CSL, making him a little trickier to link.
Thankfully, Talisca is Brazilian, which makes him a little easier to put into a team if you build a Brazilian squad around him. With the next TOTW around the corner (which might feature an in-form Paulinho) and other decent Brazilian links, Taslisca is a pretty fun card to try out.
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Talisca isn’t exactly a meta card, but those stats don’t lie. With 4-star, 4-star skills, and weak foot, great well-rounded stats around the board, as well as decent physicals for a central/forward, he will feel pretty great in-game. He also has decent traits, including Flair, Finesse, and Outside the Foot Shot.
Here’s a look at Talisca’s stats thanks to FUTBIN.
This card has such a well-balanced set of stats that you could play Talisca almost anywhere on the pitch, although he works well as a central CAM or even as a striker. His shooting stats are very balanced, and his dribbling and pace help him fit into the fast-paced meta of FIFA 21.
With a Hunter chemistry style, Talisca becomes a very strong attacking player, whereas if you want to play him in the midfield an Engine is recommended to boost that passing and dribbling a little extra. With decent physicals, he’s much harder for players to knock off the ball as you dribble up the pitch.
How does the card feel in-game? Pretty good. Talisca’s shot-power is pretty nasty. His left-foot finesse shots also feel great. Thanks to his decent dribbling you can work your way into a decent position in the box and also out-muscle defenders with those physical stats.
Overall, this Talisca card is a big win for EA, promoting off-league players and giving the opportunity for more squad variety going forwards into FUT 21. I made a promise to myself that I was going to do less untradeable player SBCs this year, but Talisca was too good to turn down.
I give this SBC, and the card itself, a 9/10. Decent value for money, a brilliant card, and a unique player that feels fun to use. If you can work him into your team he’s definitely recommended.