Liverpool’s Rhys Williams reveals awesome FIFA 21 Ultimate Team no-99 pro player card
Young Liverpool center-back Rhys Williams has shown off his incredible FIFA 21 Ultimate Team, but there is no room for any of his Merseyside teammates.
When it comes to title defenses, Liverpool are setting all bad records. They currently sit sixth in the Premier League table, five points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.
While it is true that they have had more than their fair share of injury issues, especially against center-back Virgil Van Dijk, the Merseyside club have endured a tough season. Injuries, however, have paved the way for young people to bridge.
Nat Phillips, Ozan Kabak and Rhys Williams have all been alternates for the Reds this season. The latter, Rhys Williams, 20, spent last season on loan with Kidderminster Harriers. However, he impressed during his first-team stint and it looks like he plays FIFA in his free time to relax.
Sharing his team on his Instagram History, Williams gave us a glimpse of his starting XI and a number of his substitutes. It’s a Premier League / ICON hybrid and like most of the pro player teams we’ve covered, it’s a very impressive lineup.
In the net, FUT Champions Nick Pope, the cheap English keeper who has established himself as a solid meta-choice in FIFA 21. The defense is held by Marcel Desailly and Carlos Alberto. The top four, however, are where this team really comes into its own. Pelé, Maradona and Zidane are three CAMs behind Kylian Mbappe.
The full Williams team is listed below:
- GK: Nick Pape – 84
- RB: Sergino Dest – 88
- CB: Marcel Desailly – 87
- CB: Carlos Alberto – 87
- KG: Theo Hernandez – 86
- MDP: Michel Essien – 90
- MDP: N’Golo Kanté – 89
- CAM: Zinedine Zidane – 94
- CAM: Pele – 95
- CAM: Diego Maradona – 95
- ST: Kylian Mbappé – 90
We also took a look at some of Williams’ bench items. Interestingly, the absence of Liverpool players continues, as 93 OVR Wayne Rooney sits alongside Javier Zanetti and FUT Champs Erling Haaland.
They’re a great team across the board, but we’d love to see Rhys Williams get his own 99 OVR pro player card to put in.