Home » Saka doubles down – he’s not only in Team of the Week but FIFA 23 March Player of the Month

FOLLOWING Marcus Rashford’s three times domination of Player of the Month (POTM) Bukayo Saka has taken the crown.

Unlike Rashford this was Saka’s first time in the top spot despite an excellent season.

Saka also featured in this week's Team of the Week.


Saka also featured in this week’s Team of the Week.Credit: EA Sports

FIFA 23’s POTM is usually not controversial, and Saka seemed the clear choice to win.

This is because players vote for the POTM, meaning that Saka’s win here was by popular vote.

Saka has had some great results this March, scoring two goals and one assist in a 4-1 win against Crystal Palace.

The Arsenal winger also scored one goal and one assist in a 4-0 victory over Everton at the start of the month.

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The young forward put in influential performances during Arsenal’s other Premier League games this month.

He started in all of the Gunners’ league fixtures in March, as they won all 4 games to take charge in the title race.

Saka has also impressed on international duty, scoring a top corner strike in England’s 2-0 victory over Ukraine at Wembley.

To celebrate the victory, Saka has been awarded a new FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) card with boosted stats.

Matching Rashford’s February card, Saka has a huge boost to an 88 overall rating.

Rashford and his Man Utd pal were unlikely to take the accolade again in March as the team suffered a crushing 7-0 defeat against Liverpool.

Here are Saka’s stats compared to his base card and how much they’ve improved.

  • Overall – 82 / 88 (+6)
  • Pacing – 84 / 91 (+7)
  • Shooting – 74 / 84 (+10)
  • Passing – 78 / 85 (+7)
  • Dribbling – 83 / 89 (+6)
  • Defense – 65 / 70 (+5)
  • Physical – 65 / 71 (+6)

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.

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