Robert Lewandowski is Bundesliga POTM in October (Source: EA Sports)
The Bundesliga player of the month October has been announced. With nine goals in three matches, Robert Lewandowski of FC Bayern Munich has secured the Bundesliga POTM award and can look forward to a new special card in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team. We’ll tell you how to complete the SBC at the best price.
Does Bundesliga POTM Lewandowski pay off?
Robert Lewandowski succeeds Andrej Kramaric, who was recorded in September, as Bundesliga Player of the Month (“POTM”). Lewy achieves outstanding results: 93 OVR, 93 shooting, 82 passing and 89 dribbling. The price of around 280,000 coins also sounds fair compared to the competition.
But there is a problem: Since Lewandowski already has high values and has already secured an Inform card in TOTW 2, his POTM card only increases by one counter.
The Squad Building Challenge costs about twice as much as his Inform version and is therefore simply too expensive for a non-exchangeable version of the striker. So you are almost as well served with Robert Lewandowski’s 92 card.
Bundesliga POTM Lewandowski SBC solution
To get the new version of Robert Lewandowski, you have to trade in three SBC teams:
- Team with a player from Bayern Munich (85 OVR, min. 80 chemistry)
- Team with one TOTW player (85 OVR, min. 75 chemistry)
- Team with one player from the Bundesliga (86 OVR, min. 70 chemistry)
Team 1: Bayern Munich
Nearly 85,000 coins is the cost of the first team in which you meet the club requirement with Kingsley Coman in left midfield. The rest of the team is from the Italian Serie A.
Team 2: Top form
For the second selection you use the English Premier League, including the TOTW card of goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski. We also recommend a Bundesliga trio around Peter Gulasci, Raphael Guerreiro and Axel Witsel.
Team 3: Bundesliga
At around 125,000 coins, it is the most expensive of the three SBCs. Here you will once again have to re-use Guerreiro and Witsel, but this time together with goalkeeper Roman Bürki. Otherwise, the rest of the team comes from the Italian Serie A to meet the chemistry requirement.