Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the only player from a non-European club to feature in the top 100 FIFA 20 ratings released yesterday by EA.
EA Sports FIFA 20 is scheduled to be released on the 27th September and fans can’t wait to get their hands on the game. The franchise has made much noise for its new features and the new ‘Volta mode’ and they continue to do so with the release of the top 100 players in the FIFA 20 ratings.
The list has divided the fans with Lionel Messi getting the top rank with a 94 rating. Cristiano Ronaldo is now at 93 and many are disappointed. The opinions have ranged from why Cristiano is lower than Messi to does he even deserve the 93?
Further below we have Neymar Jr. Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne to complete the top 5. Jan Oblak, Virgil Van Dijk, Mohamed Salah, Luka Modric and Marc-Andre ter Stegan round up the top 10 in the FIFA 20 ratings list.
As you must have noticed, the top 10 is too Europe centric. In fact, 99% of the list revolves around players who ply their trade in European clubs. The continent after all, is the hotbed of all the top talent in the world at the moment.
There are exceptions to every norm though, and there is one to be made in this list too. Only one player from another continent features in this list and it is non other than the Swedish superman.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the only player from a non-European club to feature in the top 100 FIFA 20 ratings
LA Galaxy’s star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is placed at no.1oo in the FIFA 20 ratings. After terrorising defenders all over Europe, during his time with Ajax, Inter and PSG, the Swede is now doing the same in the MLS now.
He has a rating of 85, which is extremely good for someone nearing the very end of his career. His card reads; 56 pace, 88 shot, 77 pass, 78 dribbling, 34 defense and 78 physical form.
Zlatan’s spot is very well deserved considering at 37, most players have already retired or are out of gas. Ibrahimovic on the other hand is steam rolling through defences and has already contributed 23 goals this season.
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