Maybe we've gotten better over the years (not bloody likely, mate), but it seems like it may be just a little easier to actually score goals this time around. For example, in a heated match between England and Italy on the default difficulty level, we were able to put a couple behind the world-class Azzuri keeper. We'd like to think that this was because we're just that skilled, but in reality this was attributable to the computer-controlled offensive players' smarts away from the ball. One can imagine the opportunities that await for those of us who dive deep and master the ins and outs of attack and defend strategies. Lamentably, there appears to be no "headbutt" mechanic, so you won't be able to go all Zidane on someone (which is likely for the better but would still be fun).