Official: FIFA 23 Player Ratings Announced by EA (Full List)
FIFA has officially unveiled the top 23 FIFA 23 players ahead of the game’s release later this month. In comparison to previous seasons, where Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo frequently received ratings of 93 or 94, the maximum rating this time is set at 91.
This honor has been bestowed upon five players, including (now) Barcelona’s own Robert Lewandowski and Messi. The two have received the highest 91 card, along with Kylian Mbappe, Karim Benzema, and Kevin de Bruyne.
Last season, Lewandowski was by far the top scorer, with 48 goals in three club tournaments. Benzema, on the other hand, is likely the best player, having won the league and the UCL while scoring 44 goals.
It makes perfect sense why they would receive the best ranking in the game. While Messi’s season wasn’t the finest, FIFA ratings are also based on history and talent, so a 91 is the absolute minimum he merits.
Mbappe, who serves as the sport’s official mascot and had a respectable season with 39 goals, is the official poster boy. We can clearly understand why he shares the same podium, even though his performances probably don’t compare to the other three.
De Bruyne’s situation, however, is intriguing. It is a little unexpected that he has been ranked 91 on a scale of 1 to 100 because he was undoubtedly Manchester City’s finest player as they easily won another Premier Premier league title.
With 90 points each, Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk, Cristiano Ronaldo, Thibaut Courtois, and Manuel Neuer are in the group directly beneath these five.
Neymar, Son Heung-Min, Sadio Mane, Joshua Kimmich, Casemiro, Alisson, Harry Kane, Ederson, N’Golo Kante, and Jan Oblak are all included in the third tier at 89.
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