Thu. Feb 9th, 2023

U7BuyUT gives you the chance to sell FIFA 23 coins for money! The FIFA 23 Icon collection is getting a refresh. New World Cup Icons are now available. One of the latest updates brought three cards representing world-famous footballers. Sell FIFA 23 coins on U7BuyUT if you have too many! These World Cup Icons can be found in packs.

FIFA 23 World Cup Icon Pele, Cech, and Zambrotta

Pele
OVR: 96
Position: Center Forward.
Stats: 96 pacing, 94 shooting, 92 passing, 95 dribbling, 58 defending, 75 physical.
Few haven’t heard of the legendary Brazilian player. Santos’ most-famous forward joined the team in 1956 and was with them until 1974. One year later, he joined the New York Cosmos for the last two seasons of his career. From 1957 until 1971, he represented the Brazilian national team. He is the only footballer that has won three FIFA World Cup trophies. He is also the top scorer for the Santos club and the Brazilian team. He scored 643 goals in 659 games for Santos. For many years, Pele was the world’s best-paid sportsman. After retiring from playing, he served as the Minister of Sports for three years.

Petr Cech
OVR: 90.
Position: Goalkeeper.
Stats: 88 diving, 87 handling, 80 kicking, 90 reflexes, 53 speed, 91 positioning.
We know that Cech is one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League, but did you know that he is also an accomplished hockey player? Chelsea and Arsenal’s goalkeeper has been playing as a goalie for Chelmsford Chieftains, an NIHL South Division 1 team, since his retirement from football in 2019. As a football goalkeeper, he took part in the FIFA World Cup in 2006. He has a record for achieving 100 clean sheets in fewer games than others. Petr Cech is Premier League’s goalkeeper with the most clean sheets.

Gianluca Zambrotta
OVR: 88.
Position: Right Back.
Stats: 89 pacing, 71 shooting, 83 passing, 83 dribbling, 87 defending, 86 physical.
In 1994, Zambrotta kick-started his professional career with Como. In 1997, he joined Bari. It was during his time with this team that his performance became noticed. As a result, he transferred to Juventus in 1999. He was with them until 2006 when he joined Barcelona for two seasons. He also played for AC Milan and Chiasso. He was with the national Italian team from 1999 until 2010. He took part in three FIFA World Cups.