The first time lobbed pass is such a fantastic pass, to have in your attacking box of tricks. Many players, especially near their area, will look to apply high pressure to the ball. It makes sense, the closer the danger to the goal, the higher the need to get some weight on the ball.
The diagram looks rather complicated, but really, it isn’t. Imagine the ball is played into one of your two strikers (straight white arrow), then, as soon as you’ve played this pass, you want to hold L1 (LB n Xbox), and on the diagram, you would aim ↙ and press △ to perform the lobbed through ball. Because of the pressure being applied to the man, there will be a gap in behind that your other striker can then move onto. The movement of the defenders often comes forward because of the way the opposition will apply pressure.
TIP: If you find that the opposition isn’t falling for this, it will mean they are dropping off your men around the box so then refer to the long shot, as you’ll have the space to work this shot with no pressure. Refer back to the shooting section or shooting from distance section for more information on these tips.
Also, think about using the pinged lob pass first time as this gives the ball a little more loop to it and will throw defenders off when you mix with the first time lobbed triangle pass