PES Skill: Free Kick Tutorial

Free Kicks are very dangerous set pieces and always a huge chance to raise the score on your side. Most free kicks in PES 2017 are shot directly on target and most players do not know what they can do else to increase the chance to score. In this tutorial we will show you all opportunities with free kicks.

Free kicks with one kicker

Press A / X to pass
You just need to aim with the left stick. you do not have to adjust the crosshair line.

Press X / Square to shoot
You aim with the right stick and you influence the swerve with the left one.

Press B/Circle to play a lofted pass.
you must aim with the right stick like in shooting
If you press LT/L2 you can play it manual which gives you some more opportunities.


Free kicks (2nd kicker)

To call the 2nd kicker you have to press LB/L1 + the cross upwards or downwards

1st kicker shoots: X / Square
2nd kicker shoots: LT + X / L2 + Square

1st kicker passes to another player (and not to the 2nd kicker): A / X
2nd kicker passes to another player (and not to the 1st kicker: LT + A / L2+X

1st kicker passes to 2nd kicker LB/L1 + A/X
2nd kicker passes to 1st kicker LT + LB + A / L2 + L1 + X
after that you can do everything like in normal gameplay

Fake shots

1st kicker fakes: X followed by A / Square followed by X
2nd kicker fakes LT + X followed by A / L2 + Square followed by X
after that you shot the free kick like a normal free kick.

Long distance free kick

Long distance free kicks can only be done with one kicker.
you have all the options you can see above with direct free kicks.
And you have the option to play a knuckleshot.

Donna Vekic Biography

Section: Tennis
DoB: 28 June 1996
Height: 5′ 10″ (1.79 M)

Donna Vekic is a Croatian professional tennis player. She has won two singles titles on the WTA Tour: the 2014 Malaysian Open and the 2017 Nottingham Open. She has also won five singles titles and one doubles title on the ITF Women’s Circuit. Her best performance in a Grand Slam singles event was a fourth-round appearance at the 2018 Wimbledon Championships and the 2019 French Open. On 10 June 2019, she achieved her career-high singles ranking of world No. 22.

Career Profile

Career record: 237–174 (57.7%)
Turned pro: September 2012
Coach: Torben Beltz
Plays: Right (double-handed backhand)
Prize money: $2,850,759
Highest ranking: No. 22 (10 June 2019)
Current ranking: No. 22 (10 June 2019)