Matchwinner Mooy named in FIFA 19 Team of the Week
Caltex Socceroos star Aaron Mooy has been named in the FIFA 19 Team of the Week (TOTW) following his decisive brace in Huddersfield Town’s 2-0 win at Wolves on the weekend.
Mooy struck either side of half-time to seal his side’s second Premier League victory of the season and first away from home.
EA Sports have rewarded the midfielder – described as “top class” by Terriers boss David Wagner – with a place in TOTW 11.
Mooy joins Valencia forward Santi Mina among the substitutes supporting a star-studded XI, which contains the likes of Christian Eriksen, Raheem Sterling and Douglas Costa.
FIFA 19 fans can now challenge Mooy's squad in FIFA Ultimate Team and attempt to earn his enhanced player card.
A new 23-man roster is released each week and reflects outstanding real-world performances.
Mooy will be back in action when Huddersfield host Mat Ryan’s Brighton and Hove Albion late Saturday night (AEDT).
Mooy's FIFA 19 card has risen to an overall rating of 82, with the Caltex Socceroos man highly regarded for his passing.
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