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How to defend shoot feint????

Discussion in 'Winning Eleven' started by Vinetu, 19 June 2006.

  1. Vinetu

    Vinetu Non-League

    12 August 2005
    Hi everyone,

    I would like to know any tips how to defend :square: +:x: whenever my opponent makes this shoot feint my defender automatically tackles

    Thnx in advance
     
  2. Trance_Allstar

    Trance_Allstar I love lamp

    18 March 2006
    Sweden
    If I am not wrong, I believe your player (that you are controlling) will only automatically tackle if you hold :x: (autopress). This atleast applies to normal shots where your player will try to get a leg between the ball and goal if you hold :x: at the moment your opponent shoots.

    If you are referring to your AI-controlled teammates then I believe there is no real remedy.
     
  3. PV GENIUS

    PV GENIUS Guest

    to defend against shot feint just jocky the opponet hold square and like slowy back away from the attacker and i think he becomes impervious the shot feint not 100% though but try it!
     
  4. Good question, you cant...

    Have a good day
     
  5. chrismodd

    chrismodd League 2

    21 June 2004
    Depends whether or not it fooled you ;)
     
  6. bruthead

    bruthead Guest

    I usually try to stand off if I think someone will attempt the shot feint. Because the feint usually pushes the ball some distance you can then take the ball away. That said this requires good knowledge of your opponent and they can always then not do it and simply try to accelerate past you. It is a difficult trick to defend against. If in doubt you can always foul with some big slides ;)
     
  7. tratida

    tratida Guest

    it's not a best choice, but i usualy used R1+R2+dpad in this situation.
    Good luck!
     
  8. Vinetu

    Vinetu Non-League

    12 August 2005
    Thanks for replying guys, actually I find out that if you don't stay to close to the player it will not tackle automatically, so yes TRATIDA sometimes I use R1+R2 and that helps but as BRUTHEAD said you must also know your opponent, anyway thanks to all of you for replying I will leave this thread open maybe some new ideas may come around.
     

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