Shoot + R2 : Shot Control ?

Discussion in 'Winning Eleven' started by MegriM®, 20 October 2005.

  1. MegriM®

    MegriM® Fenerbahce Fan

    17 August 2003
    Saw this at command list;

    Shot Control: Shoot + R2 when Gauge On

    Tried it but couldn't see the difference, what is it?
  2. P-dogg

    P-dogg Waiting for the postman..

    9 August 2004
    Its a side-foot shot, useful for getting some lift or curl on it.

    I find it quite random though tbh.
  3. Burak_FB1907

    Burak_FB1907 Conference

    18 August 2005
    it god when you're one on one from the edge of the area ... depending on how you're running sometimes it canons of the outside of your boot and it looks sweet
  4. MegriM®

    MegriM® Fenerbahce Fan

    17 August 2003
    Well, i have tried it. Seems to be kicking the shoot softly, curly with the inside of the foot.
  5. Interista

    Interista Il Capitano

    19 August 2003
    FC Internazionale
    Remember that you have to hit R2 after pressing squar. Anyway there's a thread about this already ;)
  6. PLF

    PLF Legend

    2 August 2004
    That's what it is but you have to remember it's all about who you're doing this with.

    Some strikers even though world class aren't exactly great at doing nice little shot techniques like this while some who are less than prolific are GOD at doing this like Bergkamp, Zola and players that usually are forwards but not supposed to be your main goal-scorer like SS position of Del Piero and Bergkamp and those guys.

    This doesn't means others can't do it, even people with crap abilities might be able to pull off one or two which is great and realistic but overall look at Shot technique stat for seeing who you should try MORE of these technical beautiful inside the foot R2 shots with to have more success.
  7. BK_83

    BK_83 World Class

    7 June 2003
    most of the times, my r2 shots were useless.. although i scored some really nice goals using r2 b4...

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