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FIFA Ultimate Team – Team of the Week

Posted June 12th at 12:00am.

In Brazil, Ronaldinho scored his first two goals of the season as Atlético Mineiro easily defeated Gremio 2-0 for the club’s first win of the year. Although currently struggling domestically, Atlético Mineiro recently advanced to the semi-finals of the major South American club competition and face Argentinian club Newell’s Old Boysin early July.

There is a three-way tie for second place in Group C of the UEFA 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification, with Austria holding the slight advantage over Sweden and the Republic of Ireland. Martin Harnik was stellar in the 2-1 win against Sweden, setting-up Marc Janko’s game-winning goal in the 32nd minute.

Bosnia & Herzegovina looked poised to qualify for their first ever World Cup as an independent nation after they easily defeated Latvia 0-5 in the capital of Riga. Senad Lulić opened the scoring for the Balkan nation early in the second half then later assisted on another.

Starting XI (Playing 3-4-3)

  • GK: David Ospina – OGC Nice (France) – Columbia
  • CB: Senad Lulić– Lazio (Italy) – Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • CB: Russell Martin – Norwich City (England) – Scotland
  • CB: Brad Evans – Seattle Sounders (United States) – USA
  • LM: Clarence Seedorf – Botafogo (Brazil) – The Netherlands
  • CM: Miralem Pjanić – AS Roma (Italy) – Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • CM: Ronaldinho - Atlético Mineiro (Brazil) – Brazil
  • RM: Martin Harnik – VfB Stuttgart (Germany) - Austria
  • LW: Lazaros Christodoulopoulos – Panathinaikos FC (Greece) – Greece
  • RW: Kevin De Bruyne – Werder Bremen (Germany) – Belgium
  • ST: Jacob Mulenga – FC Utrecht (The Netherlands) – Zambia

Substitutes and Reserves

  • GK: Javi Jiménez – Real Murcia CF (Spain) – Spain
  • CB: Roy Miller – New York Red Bulls (United States) – Costa Rica
  • LM: Andraž Kirm – FC Groningen (The Netherlands) – Slovenia
  • CAM: Matilla – Real Murcia CF (Spain) – Spain
  • ST: Lamar Neagle – Seattle Sounders (United States) – USA
  • ST: Mohamed Yattara – ES Troyes AC (France) – Guinea
  • ST: Jason Byrne – Bray Wanderers (Ireland) – Ireland

The Team of the Week/Season is available to play against each and every week in FIFA Ultimate Team. TOTW and TOTS items are available by chance when opening FIFA Ultimate Team Packs.

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