[Edit: You can see the FIFA 16 version of this tutorial here.]

The are many ways to humiliate your opponent in FIFA 15 but none more stylishly than a top corner Rabona! This tutorial will show you how to score a Rabona free kick in FIFA 15. Rabonas aren’t new to the franchise, in previous games you could cross the ball and set up team-mates straight from set pieces with the rabona skill. What is new though is the ability to go straight for goal in a direct dead ball situation.

Kazooie94 demonstrates the skill and talks us through how to perform it.

There are only 2 players on FIFA 15 (so far), that can perform the rabona free kick, Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Ronaldinho who now plays for Queretaro in Liga MX in Mexico. Both players have 5 star skills and both have the flair trait.

Where’s the best position to take it from?

Where's to take the Rabona Freekick from?  Rabona Free Kick Tutorial Where to take the Rabona Freekick fromWith Ronaldo and Ronaldinho both being right footers they’ll hit the Rabona with their left foot curling it right to left.

That means that the most effective place to take this set piece from is in the left hand side of the D at the edge of the box.

Where to aim?

Where to aim the Rabona Free Kick  Rabona Free Kick Tutorial Where to aim the Rabona Free KickAim the ball towards your opponent’s near post.

The ball’s not going to move a great deal in the air so you don’t need to take into account the curve. Just align the near post up with the centre of the screen.

What to press to take the Rabona Free Kick.

On Xbox hold the left thumbstick left and press X then as you player starts his run up hold the left thumbstick right and spam the X button. On Playstation hold the left thumbstick left and press square then as you player starts his run up hold the left thumbstick right and spam the square button again.

This set piece is a great way to wind up your mates and infuriate you opponents. Nothing says BM like a Rabona free kick!

Let me know if you have success with this unusual and be sure to leave your footage in the comments for us to look at.