How to complete FIFA 22 Headliners Zakaria Ultimate Team Objective
FIFA 22 Players are calling Dennis Zakaria’s Headliners objective one of Ultimate Team’s easiest to complete. This Swiss gem is practically a free card and here’s how to secure him in FIFA 22.
Zakaria has established himself as a first-team regular since joining Borussia Mönchengladbach in 2017 from Swiss side BSC Young Boys. Headliners Zakaria is highly versatile and has the skillset to succeed in FUT Bundesliga squads.
Although Ultimate Team objectives usually require a ton of time and effort to complete, fans of the game mode are calling this Zakaria objective one of the easiest to complete in years. Whether or not you utilize a Bundesliga squad, Zakaria is a great midfielder to have at your disposal.
Dennis Zakaria Headliners Objective requirements
The objectives for Headliners Zakaria should not take too long to complete given how simple they are. With that being said, here are the four objectives to complete for Dennis Zakaria:
- Central Scorer: Score using a CDM in a win in the Live FUT Friendly: Headliners Challenge
- Classy Crossing: Assist 5 goals with crosses in the Live FUT Friendly: Headliners Challenge.
- Winning Streak: Win 4 matches in the Live FUT Friendly: Headliners Challenge
- Consistent Class: Score in 10 separate matches in the Live FUT Friendly: Headliners Challenge
These objectives certainly aren’t difficult to complete. Considering the reward is a phenomenal card, EA has gifted players with a must-complete objective. With most players adhering to the Golden Goal gentlemen’s agreement, you’ll be able to breeze through matches.
Ultimate Team players will have until January 14 to complete these objectives.
Is Headliners Dennis Zakaria worth it?
Headliners Dennis Zakaria is ready to boss the midfield as he is quite simply one of the best CDMs in the game. He can operate as a CM as well but it is recommended to keep him in his natural position. Zakaria’s strength and defensive ability are fantastic and he can certainly keep your back-four safe from attacking players.
His short passing will feel as smooth as can be as he aims to get the ball forward to your attacking players. What truly stands out here is his pace, as it is highly unusual to see a defensive midfielder with 90 sprint speed. Even if opposing players get behind Zakaria, he certainly has the pace to catch up.
The one downside is Zakaria’s weak linking options. Outside of Bundesliga squads, Zakaria can’t seamlessly fit into teams. Those who completed Djibril Sow’s Winter Wildcard SBC will feel hard done by considering they are almost identical options in the midfield.
If you run a Bundesliga squad then Zakaria is a no-brainer and if you don’t use a Bundesliga team then Zakaria is an excellent option to have on your bench.
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