FIFA 21: 5 new Record Breakers have been introduced on Black Friday

Black Friday is an informal name for the Friday following Thanksgiving Day in the United States, which is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November.

Today, on 27th November 2020 EA Sports are bringing in new SBCs in order to give the players some good packs. They have also introduced 5 record breakers which are now available in packs until 6 pm Tuesday.

The 5 Record Breakers are:

  • Kylian Mbappe (91-rated ST): The youngest player to score 10 UEFA Champions League goals. (05/12/2017)
  • David Silva (89-rated CAM): Fastest to 200 Premier League wins. (28/09/2019)
  • Jadon Sancho (88-rated RM): Youngest to reach 30 Bundesliga goals. (31/05/2020)
  • Falcao (87-rated ST): Most goals in a single UEFA Europa League campaign. (18/05/2011)
  • Oscar (86-rated CAM): Most assists in a single Chinese Super League season (07/10/2018)

Hurry up and grab these history making footballers with unique permanent upgrades.

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Rahul Roy
I am a computer guy by profession and a sports fanatic by choice.

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