How to do a Panenka in FIFA 20?
To do a chipped or panenka penalty, aiming is the same, but when powering up your shot, hold L1 on PlayStation or LB on Xbox to attempt to dink the ball over the goalkeeper. A proper panenka will aim right down the middle of the goal, but you can use a chipped penalty while aiming towards the sides of the goal as well as down the middle.
How to use the Panenka penalty technique?
If you’re feeling brave, you can use the cheeky Panenka penalty technique (L1+O/LB+B) which chips the ball slowly towards goal, fooling the keeper as they mistime their save. However, get it wrong and Panenkas are very easy to save or miss, so use them sparingly.
What is a Panenka in football?
The Panenka is an ingenious but simple way of taking a penalty kick, which sees the taker chip the ball down the centre of the goal. It was invented by Antonin Panenka and shot to fame in 1976, when the Czechoslovakian star used it to outfox legendary Germany and Bayern Munich goalkeeper Sepp Maier during the European Championship final.
How to score penalties in FIFA 21?
The first and most difficult part of scoring penalties in FIFA 21 is deciding where to aim your shot. Players with high penalty attribute ratings are better at aiming as their shot cursor moves slowly. To aim your penalty, choose the destination by using the left stick.