Juan Diaz
Argentina

Outstanding Instinct

Diaz is a football genius, and has been refining his skills since a very young age. Even more than his ability as a solo player, his combination plays together with Pascal are truly outstanding. He feels a sense of rivalry towards fellow "genius" Tsubasa.

Profile

RarityStars
Max Lvl80Exp5,834,490
Positions
Type
TeamArgentina (JY)Country
Argentina
Height164 cmWeight51 kg

Basic Stats

Stamina
709
Attack
7,442
Dribble
2,186
2,583
Shot
1,985
2,382
Pass
2,064
2,477
Defence
7,207
Tackle
1,909
2,291
Block
1,758
2,110
Intercept
2,338
2,806
Physical
7,623
Speed
2,026
2,431
Power
1,712
2,054
Technique
2,615
3,138

Team Skill

A
Sharp Defence
Agility-type players: Intercept +5%

Passive Skill

B
Enhance Special Skills (Interception)
Interception Special Skills: Force +20%

Character Skills (18)

S
Shot
Triple Gymnastic Shot
435
270
475
The player kicks the ball over the defenders, then weaves past them with a cartwheel, a backward somersault, and a backflip, before finishing with an overhead shot as the ball descends.
S
Dribble
Street Dribble
285
280
490
Diaz's Special Dribble he learned playing Street Football. Using the techniques he gained from playing football with garbage like empty cans when he was young, he blows through defences.
S
Volley
Low-Flying Overhead Kick
350
235
415
An overhead kick that's used at just above ground level when the ball is very low in the air. It takes opponents by surprise, as they would never except an overhead kick to be used at such a low height.
S
Shot
Twin Drive Shot
435
270
475
This miraculous shot is performed by two players who are both adept at drive shots. The spin that the two players give the ball creates a knuckleball with an arcing trajectory.
S
Shot
Drive Shot
415
255
450
This shot gives the ball a topspin that makes it fall sharply just before reaching the goal. In order to achieve this powerful topspin, the player must possess both a powerful kick and supple ankles.
A
Dribble
South American Dribble
205
180
300
This dribbling technique is mainly used by South American players. Using the outside of the foot, the player weaves past opponents with the supple movement and light touches that South American players are renowned for.
A
Dribble
Genius Dribble Attack
235
210
350
Diaz's genius dribbling technique. Using his natural agility and incredible technical ability, he's able to swiftly slip past the opposition's defenders.
A
Pass
Drive Pass
185
190
315
This pass gives the ball a vertical spin. When first kicked the ball has a high trajectory that makes it difficult to intercept, and it then spins downwards, landing at the receiver's feet.
A
Shot
Drive Shot
345
190
320
This shot gives the ball a topspin that makes it fall sharply just before reaching the goal. In order to achieve this powerful topspin, the player must possess both a powerful kick and supple ankles.
A
Volley
Somersault Shot
300
180
300
A shot performed when the ball is low in the air by kicking it with the heel while coming out of a somersault. Hitting the side of the ball gives it a fierce sidespin, making it curve in a trajectory that's difficult for the keeper to react to.
A
Header
Backflip Drive Overhead Kick
335
205
340
This overhead kick utilizes Diaz's body's momentum. It uses the centrifugal force of his backflip to give the ball a high-speed backspin, causing its trajectory to rise suddenly just before reaching the goal.
A
One-Two
Argentinian Duo
340
190
315
A combination play performed by the Argentinian Duo―Diaz and Pascal. The two have been friends since childhood, and using their well-synchronized passing moves they're able to slip past one opponent after another.
B
Tackle
Crisis Tackle
365
155
260
This technique is used as last-ditch attempt to take the ball after the player has been overpowered when attempting to tackle an opponent. Sacrificing his posture, he plants one arm on the ground and attempts to snatch the ball away with a fully-extended leg.
B
Shot
Twin Drive Shot
315
160
270
This miraculous shot is performed by two players who are both adept at drive shots. The spin that the two players give the ball creates a knuckleball with an arcing trajectory.
C
Volley
Somersault Shot
200
130
190
A shot performed when the ball is low in the air by kicking it with the heel while coming out of a somersault. Hitting the side of the ball gives it a fierce sidespin, making it curve in a trajectory that's difficult for the keeper to react to.
C
One-Two
Argentinian Duo
225
140
200
A combination play performed by the Argentinian Duo―Diaz and Pascal. The two have been friends since childhood, and using their well-synchronized passing moves they're able to slip past one opponent after another.
C
Shot
Drive Shot
230
140
205
This shot gives the ball a topspin that makes it fall sharply just before reaching the goal. In order to achieve this powerful topspin, the player must possess both a powerful kick and supple ankles.
C
Tackle
Crisis Tackle
285
145
210
This technique is used as last-ditch attempt to take the ball after the player has been overpowered when attempting to tackle an opponent. Sacrificing his posture, he plants one arm on the ground and attempts to snatch the ball away with a fully-extended leg.