I'm loving the new keeping animations, but it's started to strike me that they are rather good, to an unrealistic level. They rarely seem to make errors, except when they do that "sit down" animation and palm the ball into their own net. Then there is the long shot factor, it's almost impossible to score unless you hit a 95-100% perfect shot, in real life the lions share of goals are mis-hit shots which take the keeper by suprise, this rarely, if ever, happens in the game. My brother and I did an experiment, taking Zlatan - we took 5 shots each continuously in training mode without going past the D. We scored about 20 goals in 300 shots, a vast amount of them were stunning, theatrical saves by the keeper - it was tedious and repetitive to say the least - obviously due to the task, but also because of the animation and lack of variation in outcome and the way it just doesn't feel very organic. It also became clear that only a perfect shot would get past the keeper at any stage, from any position. The best technique we found was R1 sprinting onto the ball and hitting the ball when it's just in front of the player. The R2 shots are more or less useless now it appears, unless you are cutting in from the wing and trying to curl one into the far corner. (Although 90% of these go well wide even with a player like Sheva, Henry, Zidane etc.) I don't want this to sound like a groan and moan session, the game is as near to perfection as you can get, but this is one part of it which is beginning to niggle at me and I'm wondering if anyone else is sharing the same feeling.