Some fans are seriously unhappy after Liverpool star Roberto Firmino is given a lowly FIFA 20 rating despite winning Champions League and Super Cup

10 Sep

For years, Heung-min Son was widely recognised as the most underrated player in the Premier League, with the South Korea international content to let his Tottenham Hotspur teammates take the glory.

However, it seems as though his title is under threat from none other than Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino.

Roberto Firmino has the intelligence and discipline to cause trouble against the world’s best defences
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Despite being a Champions League and Super Cup winner and a fully fledged Brazil international, the striker still seems to fail to get the recognition his talents deserve.

Selfless in attack and tigerish in defence, the 26-year-old is arguably Liverpool’s most important attacker.

He may not be as prolific as teammates Sadio Mane or Mohamed Salah, but Firmino has the technical ability and footballing IQ to create space for his rapid and ruthless colleagues.

That being said, it seems as though Firmino is still yet to receive the credit many feels he deserves from EA Sports.


Stats according to FUTWIZ...

  • Van Dijk 90
  • Salah 90
  • Alisson 89
  • Mane 88
  • Firmino 86
  • Fabinho 85
  • Robertson 85
  • Wijnaldum 84
  • Henderson 83
  • Alexander-Arnold 83
  • Shaqiri 82
  • Matip 82
  • Keita 82
  • Milner 81
  • Gomez 80
  • Lovren 80
  • Oxlade-Chamberlain 80
  • Lallana 79
  • Clyne 78
  • Origi 78
  • Adrian 76
  • Van Den Berg 66

In the latest edition of the football game, the creators have deemed Liverpool’s No.9  worthy of getting an 86 rating in the game.

While Mane and Salah received a boost in their ratings, Firmino is still stuck at the same level as he was in last year’s game and fans are understandably upset.

When you consider Jurgen Klopp told talkSPORT his side would ‘be lost without him’, it makes the decision all the more surprising.

Check out what fans had to say below!

Firmino can be regularly found putting his body on the line for Liverpool and Brazil
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FIFA 20 career mode: New features and possible highest potential players

27 Aug

Every year upon the new release of the latest version of FIFA by EA Sports, players around the world wait to see if there have been any changes made to Career Mode.

It is an area EA have come under a lot of criticism for in recent years, as no major alterations had been made recently even though it was in need of a major face-lift.

At first glance, it appears this year, prayers have been answered and new content is coming – but what are these announced new features?

Career mode will once again give you the choice between a player led career or one as a manager.

It seems that EA Sports and the team working on Career Mode for FIFA 20, have identified the community had grown frustrated with the lack of thought given to improving the mode.

The introduction of new user-led press conferences and player conversations, are one of many ways they hope to make it stand out next to the likes of Football Manager.

Press Conferences and Player Conversations

This feature is something that has been in the game since FIFA 18, but only within the Journey game mode based around fictional footballer Alex Hunter – where you as a player were actively involved in life decisions, forming Hunter’s personality which affected the type of player he was.

However, the feature has been reimagined for Career Mode to add to the build up to a game, as well as post-match.

It seems, looking at EA Sports’ ‘pitch notes’ surrounding the new features, a manager will be able to actively answer questions in press conferences using pre-set emotional responses such as praise, criticise or motivate, which will trigger an answer within the game mechanics.

Another feature is the importance of player morale – which will be heavily linked to the response you give in a press conference. So far EA Sports can’t be faulted for their authentic approach.

FIFA have promised fans this feature will always feel dynamic and authentic, with the addition of pushy journalists who will implement questions that attempt to provoke certain situations based upon results, goals and form of players and the overall team.

An example of a Press Conference as a manager in FIFA 20 Career Mode


EA SPORTS on the new Press Conferance game mechanic:

‘Our vision was to breathe new life into manager career mode by building up a variation of ever-changing stories that would surface through pre and post match interviews.

‘They aren’t just there to mimic authenticity, but built based off of player progress and result in influencing player morale as well as the standing of the manager in that team.’

The role of player conversations will act in a fashion allowing FIFA gamers to witness on-screen conversations, mainly between a manager and player or a captain to a fellow teammate, in a text style format as if you were reading your club’s WhatsApp group messages.

This feature will allow you to select a response out of three options again each emphasising a different emotion, which will effect morale of that player.

It is safe to say we all wish we were receiving texts from the Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos on a regular basis and his English seems pretty good too

Player Morale System

As briefly mentioned above, this new feature is the best of the additions EA Sports have added to the FIFA 20 Career Mode experience, as it is the tool that drives everything else.

Morale within Career Mode is going to be a vicious circle for gamers, as everything you do affects a player and team’s morale and then the overall morale will consequently affect everything that happens on the pitch and in press conferences.

In reality this is reflective of what it must be like as a manager in modern day football or any sport, where man management is key to success and being labelled as one of the best in your role.

A player’s morale will be influenced by factors such as: playing time, wage demands, performance and how well the team is doing.

We have seen numerous examples of morale dips in recent times, when you look at Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale as well as on-loan Barcelona man Philippe Coutinho, who have both been at the centre of transfer saga’s over the summer, due to being unhappy at their club.

Whereas, on the flip side, you have players such as Raheem Sterling or Virgil van Dijk whose morale seemed through the roof coming into this season after impressive campaigns and silverware in 2018/19.

Manager Customisation

From player faces, to kits, badges and stadiums alike, the FIFA community and its content creators have been pleading with EA for a few years, trying to implement more features within the game that allow you to customise and alter items, and provide a platform for creativity.

Until now, that has only really been possible when designing a pro-player in the game mode of Pro Clubs, or when choosing a player Career Mode – never before have you been able to customise a manager.

FIFA 20 will see the introduction of female managers to the game with in-game styles to chose from

What would you look like as a manager? Would you be rocking a club tracksuit, tailored suit, or perhaps strive to look like a 1990s boy-band reject – all these styles are available to choose from as seen above.

Adding to outfit choice, when deciding on a manager career mode you will be able to customise aesthetic components such as height, build, bone structure, skin colour, eye shape, hairstyle all the way to how big your nostrils are.

Just some of the physical features and hair styles to chose from in FIFA 20, including props such as hats

Dynamic Player Potential

This is the last of the main features to discuss, which EA have spent time perfecting for Career Mode ahead of the launch of FIFA 20 in September.

FIFA player potential has always been one of the most intriguing aspects of Career Mode, judging players future growth in terms of their overall rating, in the seasons ahead of the current one.

For example if a striker scored 20 plus goals in a season, you would expect his rating to go up for the next season, much like how FIFA Ultimate team works.

However where career mode is unique, is that players overall rating can fall if they are playing poorly, as well as age plays an impact as they experience a decline in certain attributes in game.

So with the added bonus of extreme morale fluctuation this year, player growth potential could be very different per career mode that is played, as different decisions within the season will alter how far a player will rise or fall.

Jadon Sancho could have the highest potential rating in FIFA 20
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FIFA 19 Highest potential players

Here is the highest possible rated starting XI of young players on FIFA 19, with the highest potential growth on the current game, it has an average age of 20 so they will be around for a long while yet.

GK: Gianluigi Donnarumma – AC Milan (20)

Base Rating: 82

Potential Rating: 93

Growth: 11

RB: Trent Alexander-Arnold – Liverpool (20)

Base Rating: 78

Potential Rating: 88

Growth: 10

Trent Alexander-Arnold is quickly developing into one of the best right-backs on the planet
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CB: Matthijs De Ligt – Juventus (20)

Base Rating: 80

Potential Rating: 91

Growth: 11

CB: Dayot Upamecano – RB Leipzig (20)

Base Rating: 76

Potential Rating: 88

Growth: 12

LB: Ryan Sessegnon – Tottenham (19)

Base Rating: 75

Potential Rating: 88

Growth: 13

Sessegnon is widely rated as one of the finest young players in world football
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CM: Arthur – Barcelona (23)

Base Rating: 82

Potential Rating: 90

Growth: 8

CM: Ezequiel Barco – Atlanta United (20)

Base Rating: 74

Potential Rating: 89

Growth: 15

RW: Kylian Mbappe – PSG (20)

Base Rating: 87

Potential Rating: 95

Growth: 8

Mbappe is a phenomenal talent

CF: Marcus Rashford – Manchester United (21)

Base Rating: 81

Potential Rating: 89

Growth: 8

LW: Vinicius Junior – Real Madrid (19)

Base Rating: 77

Potential Rating: 92

Growth: 15

Vinicius Junior is set to rival Eden Hazard for a starting place at Real Madrid
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ST: Gabriel Jesus – Manchester City (22)

Base Rating: 83

Potential Rating: 92

Growth: 9

Looking at the team from FIFA 19, and thinking ahead to what it will be on the fast approaching new game that releases next month, there are unlikely to be too many changes to a starting XI which already boasts some of the best young talent in world football.

A few players that could have an impact are the likes of English forward Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, Portuguese wonderkid Joao Felix and Barcelona new boy Frenkie De Jong.

Sancho signed a new lucrative contract with German side Borussia Dortmund, doubling his wages and keeping him at the club for the foreseeable future.

FIFA 19 Ultimate Team of the Year Nominees revealed: Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and Eden Hazard make the shortlist

2 Jan

Harry Kane, Paul Pogba and Mohamed Salah are just some of the many Premier League stars nominated for the FIFA 19 Ultimate Team of the Year.

For the second year running, the popular EA Sports production will release a team of the best players as voted for by a carefully curated list of media, athletes, and EA SPORTS FIFA community members.

Champions League winner and World Cup finalist Luka Modric will be hoping to make the FIFA Ultimate Team of the Year

Ballon d’Or winner Luka Modric is joined on the list by previous winner Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

From the Premier League, there are plenty of players up for the prestigious award and you can see the full list by following the link provided.

There are a total of 55 players from around the world who make the list, although this will have to be whittled down to just 11.

A 4-3-3 formation will be used and the final team will be released on January 7.

Once the votes have been counted and the teams announced, special TOTY player items available in packs for a limited time in FIFA 19 Ultimate Team.

Here are the FIFA 19 TOTY (Team of the Year) nominees:


• Alisson

• Oblak

• De Gea

• Lloris

• Courtois

The best goalkeepers according to FIFA 19


• Jordi Alba

• Carvajal

• Godin

• Kimmich

• Chiellini

• Umtiti

• Koulibaly

• Marcelo

• Hernandez

Manchester United target Kalidou Koulibaly makes the list


• Varane

• Van Dijk

• Vertonghen

• Walker

• Vrsaljko

• Lovren

Liverpool Van Dijk and Lovren make the shortlist


• Manolas

• Sergio Ramos

• Thiago Silva

• Hummels

• Trippier

The defenders list in full


• Casemiro

• Pogba

• David Silva

• Isco

• De Bruyne

• Dybala

• Fernandinho

• Rakitic

• Kante

World Cup winner Kante is rewarded for a spectacular calendar year


• Kroos

• Modric

• Matuidi

• Sergio Busquets

• Perisic

• Reus

The midfielders in full


• Aguero

• Cavani

• Griezmann

• Hazard

• Kane

• Lewandowski

• Mandzukic

• Neymar Jr

• Mbappe

Messi and Ronaldo are vying for top spot once again


• Messi

• Cristiano Ronaldo

• Suarez

• Salah

• Bale

• Mane

The list of attackers in full

Manchester United to release new ‘fourth’ leopard print kit that costs £80 and will only be used in FIFA game

23 Nov

Manchester United fans will soon be able to buy a fourth kit, but only if they are willing to shell out a whopping £80.

Adidas have teamed up with United and FIFA game makers EA Sports to release a special leopard-print strip.

This is the Fifa 19 Manchester United kit that will be available to buy for real
This is the ‘fourth’ Manchester United kit that will be available to buy
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The unusual strip is set to be featured on FIFA 19 on the game’s Ultimate Team Mode through the FUT Transfer Market when bought in packs.

Fans will be able to buy it direct from the game or on Adidas’ online store.

It will be available to buy in adult sizes only, in XS, S, M, L and XL.

This was the Fifa fourth kit that Manchester United has last season - sadly it wasn't designed into the real thing but merely a computer graphic
This was the special FIFA kit that Manchester United had last season

Bayern Munich and Real Madrid’s red, orange and yellow fade shirt, and Real Madrid’s blue offering that looks like outer space are both available to buy.

Last season the kits were only available to be played in on the popular football game.

Now they have quite literally been brought to life.



Opening packs is the most common way of obtaining new player items for your FUT squad, and there are many different kinds of packs that you can buy and earn as rewards.

The standard pack levels are Gold, Silver, and Bronze, but there are also a number of promotional packs that will be available for limited times.

Packs contain a variety of items, including players, club items, staff, and consumables.

FIFA 19 news: Manchester United stars Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford thrash Stormzy and Big Shaq in No Rules mode

16 Nov

Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford thrashed Stormzy and Michael Dapaah (a.k.a Big Shaq) in a hilarious FIFA 19 No Rules clash.

The latest instalments from EA Sports has proved to once again proved to be a resounding success, enjoyed by millions of players around the globe.

The highly-entertaining game ebbed and flowed and is extremely great value to watch!

In order to celebrate the global acclaim achieved by the game, a FIFA World Tour is being launched to celebrate the world’s largest sports video game with some of the biggest global stars across music and sports.

Kicking off the first stop in London, Man United duo Lingard and Rashford faced off against take on Glastonbury headliner Stormzy and Big Shaq in the new No Rules mode, which allows fouls, offsides and handballs to slide.

With the England internationals choosing to pick the Three Lions, their musical opponents opted to play as the Red Devils.

It was all smiles at the end of the game

The World Tour will unfold over the coming weeks, travelling from country to country with global superstars sharing their love of football and what it means to the play game, both on and off the field. Upcoming stops will include:

  • Odell Beckham Jr vs A$AP Rocky in New York City
  • Maluma vs Martin Garrix in Rio, Brazil
  • Kimpembe, Meunier, Niska, Alonso in Paris
  • Liam Payne, Christian Pulisic, Marco Reus and more in Dortmund

Safe to say the results were absolutely hilarious and you can watch a load of goals, jokes and confetti by pressing play on the video above!


Eddie Hearn teases return of EA Sports Fight Night to PlayStation and Xbox during Twitter Q&A

11 Oct

Eddie Hearn sent boxing and gaming fans wild on Twitter after admitting he was working on a new game with EA Sports.

Older fans will remember the days of playing the popular Fight Night  series on PlayStation and Xbox across the country.

Eddie Hearn is working with EA Sports to try and convince them to release a new boxing game

The last edition was Fight Night Champion in 2011, which contained a popular story mode following the career of fictional character Andre Bishop and his rise to the top of the game.

However, since 2011 there have been no boxing titles released by the American company, with the focus for combat sports combats instead being placed on the UFC.

The Fight Night series was wildly popular with fans and could be set for a reboot

But now, that could well be about to change.

According to Hearn, he is ‘trying to convince EA Sports’ about releasing a new title – admitting it would be huge.

Gaming fans could get the chance to land their own uppercuts with AJ

With the Englishman heading up both Matchroom Boxing and working with streaming company DAZN in America, one would imagine the likes of Anthony Joshua and cruiserweight monster Oleksandr Usyk would feature heavily in the game, if it were to be created.

Although imaging rights and licensing could be a problem, Hearn may well be the man to help broker a potential deal.

Floyd Mayweather confirmed earlier this year he was considering going into production for a new boxing game, although there has been no further noise from the undefeated fighter as he plans a second comeback from retirement.

A British developer called ‘Round 4 Round Boxing‘ is also reportedly in the process of bringing out a fighting game this year, with several pro fighters throwing their weight behind the game. However, no official release date has been announced.

EA Sports remove FIFA 19 cover star Cristiano Ronaldo from social media amid rape accusations

5 Oct

Cristiano Ronaldo has been removed from the FIFA 19 social media promos by EA Sports in the wake of his rape allegations.

The Juventus superstar is subject to a lawsuit by Kathryn Mayorga, who claims she was raped back in 2009 at a Las Vegas hotel.

Ronaldo is alleged to have raped a woman in 2009 in Las Vegas

Ronaldo is on the cover of this year’s edition of FIFA once again, but his image has been taken down from the social media platforms.

Apart from on the game cover, the 33-year-old does not even feature on the company’s website as the investigation by the Las Vegas Police Department is conducted.

EA Sports said on Thursday: “We have seen the concerning report that details allegations against Cristiano Ronaldo.

“We are closely monitoring the situation, as we expect cover athletes and ambassadors to conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with EA’s values.”

Ronaldo is nowhere to be seen on the FIFA 19 Twitter page

The Portugal captain also has lucrative sponsorship deals with Nike, Tag Heuer, Herbalife and American Tourister.

Earlier in the week, Nike said they were ‘deeply concerned by the disturbing allegations’ made by Mayorga who claims Ronaldo forced her to have sex with him.

Despite the allegations, Ronaldo has the backing of his club and also issued a statement of his own.

Juventus have given their backing to their Portuguese superstar

He wrote on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon: ‘I firmly deny the accusations being issued against me. Rape is an abominable crime that goes against everything that I am and believe in.

‘Keen as I may be to clear my name, I refuse to feed the media spectacle created by people seeking to promote themselves at my expense.’

FIFA 19: Virgil van Dijk only fourth best Premier League defender while THREE Tottenham stars among 10 highest rated players

18 Sep

There are just days to go until FIFA 19, the latest edition of the hit video game series, is released.

EA Sports have started unveiling player ratings for the top stars in the game, with the best 10 players in each position for Europe’s top five leagues revealed.

talkSPORT have already given you a run down of the highest-rated goalkeepers in the Premier League, and now we are taking a look at FIFA 19’s 10 best defenders currently playing in England’s top flight.

When is FIFA 19 released? Release date, demo info and new features

The list is dominated by the Premier League’s big six, with every defender in the top 10 playing for one of Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City or Tottenham; the final top six side, Man United, have no defenders who make the cut.

The biggest eyebrow-raiser from the unveiling is the placing of Virgil van Dijk, the Liverpool and Netherlands star. Van Dijk is widely regarded as the finest central defender in the division, but he doesn’t even earn a place in the top three of the rankings.

You can see the entire top 10 below…

10. David Luiz (Chelsea) – 83 overall rating

9. Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham) – 84 overall rating

8 Kyle Walker (Manchester City) – 84 overall rating

7. Sokratis Papastathopoulos (Arsenal) – 84 overall rating

6. Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham) – 85 overall rating

5. Vincent Kompany (Manchester City) – 85 overall rating

4. Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool) – 85 overall rating

3. Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea) – 86 overall rating

2. Nicolas Otamendi (Manchester City) – 86 overall rating

1. Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham) – 87 overall rating

FIFA 19: Cech, Ederson, Lloris and Kepa ranked as best Premier League goalkeepers… but Alisson has LOWER kicking stat than De Gea

18 Sep

The 10 best Premier League goalkeepers in FIFA 19 have been revealed as the game draws ever closer to being released.

EA Sports are slowly unveiling more and more stats for the players in the new edition of the hit game, and England’s top glovesman have had their ratings put out in the open.

David de Gea is widely regarded as the best goalkeeper in the Premier League

The 10 highest rated keepers have been named, with the likes of Jordan Pickford of Everton, Ederson, the Man City star, and Arsenal duo Petr Cech and Bernd Leno included

Liverpool’s summer signing Alisson also makes the cut following his move to the Premier League, though his stats have raised a few eyebrows.

When is FIFA 19 released? Release date, demo info and new features

Placed fourth in the rankings for his overall rating, Alisson has a kicking stat of 85. Renowned for his quality with the ball at his feet, this is not a surprise.

However, it is a surprise that Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has a higher kicking rating (87) than Alisson.

How can a player whose biggest strength is his technical ability be rated the same as a goalkeeper known for being distinctly average on the ball?

They even have the same skill rating (one star), despite Alisson’s preference for taking opposition players on while in possession!

You can see the full ranking of FIFA 19’s best Premier League goalkeepers below…

10. Petr Cech (Arsenal) – 82 overall rating

9. Kepa Arrizabalaga (Chelsea) – 83 overall rating

The most expensive goalkeeper in the world is only the ninth best glovesman in the Premier League

8. Jordan Pickford (Everton) – 83 overall rating

7. Rui Patricio (Wolves) – 83 overall rating

6. Bernd Leno (Arsenal) – 84 overall rating

5. Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester) – 84 overall rating

4. Alisson (Liverpool) – 85 overall rating

3. Ederson (Manchester City) – 86 overall rating

2. Hugo Lloris (Tottenham) – 88 overall rating

1. David de Gea (Manchester United) – 91 overall rating

De Gea is the best Premier League goalkeeper in FIFA 19

Top ten rated players on FIFA since 2010, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi

13 Sep

FIFA 19 is now all set for release with the top 100 players fully announced.

Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo sits top of the rankings, fresh from his transfer from Real Madrid, pipping Barcelona hero Lionel Messi to top spot.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are both 94-rated players in FIFA 19.

It’s a battle which seems never ending both on and off the field as the duo fight to be recognised as the best player in the world.

While these two have remained the top two on the planet for over a decade though, things around them have changed quite a lot.

So with the announcement of the FIFA 19 top 10, we decided to look back at how this has changed in every game since FIFA 2011. Check out the lists below.


10. Toni Kroos (Real Madrid) – 90 – CM

9. David De Gea (Manchester United) – 91 – GK

8. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) – 91 – ST

7. Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid) – 91 – CB

6. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 91 – LW

5. Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – 91 – CAM

4. Luka Modric (Real Madrid) – 91 – CM

3. Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain) – 92 – LW

2. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 94 – CF

1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) – 94 – ST


10. Gonzalo Higuain (Juventus) – 90 – ST

9. Toni Kroos (Real Madrid) – 90 – CM

8. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 90 – LW

7. Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid) – 90 – CB

6. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 91 – ST

5. Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) – 92 – GK

4. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) – 92 – ST

3. Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain) – 92 – LW

2. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 93 – RW

1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 94 – ST



10. David De Gea (Manchester United) – 90 – GK

9. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 90 – ST

8. Jerome Boateng (Bayern Munich) – 90 – CB

7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Manchester United) – 90 – ST

6. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) – 90 – LW

5. Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) – 92 – GK

4. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) – 92 – ST

3. Neymar (Barcelona) – 92 – LW

2. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 93 – RW

1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 94 – LW



10. David Silva (Manchester City) – 88 – CAM

9. Thiago Silva (Paris Saint-Germain) – 88 – CB

8. Neymar (Barcelona) – 88 – ST

7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint-Germain) – 89 – ST

6. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 89 – LM

5. Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) – 90 – RM

4. Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) – 90 – GK

3. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) – 90 – ST

2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 93 – LW

1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 94 – RW



10. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 88 – LM

9. Franck Ribery (Bayern Munich) – 88 – LM

8. Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich) – 88 – CM

7. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) – 89 – ST

6. Andres Iniesta (Barcelona) – 90 – CM

5. Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) – 90 – GK

4. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint-Germain) – 90 – ST

3. Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) – 90 – RM

2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 92 – LW

1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 93 – CF



10. Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich) – 88 – CM

9. Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) – 88 – RM

8. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint-Germain) – 89 – ST

7. Xavi (Barcelona) – 89 – CM

6. Robin van Persie (Manchester United) – 89 – ST

5. Andres Iniesta (Barcelona) – 89 – CM

4. Radamel Falcao (Monaco) – 90 – ST

3. Franck Ribery (Bayern Munich) – 90 – LM

2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 92 – LW

1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 94 – CF



10. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint-Germain) – 88 – ST

9. David Silva (Manchester City) – 88 – CAM

8. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) – 89 – CF

7. Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United) – 89 – CB

6. Radamel Falcao (Atletico Madrid) – 89 – ST

5. Andres Iniesta (Barcelona) – 89 – LW

4. Xavi (Barcelona) – 90 – CM

3. Franck Ribery (Bayern Munich) – 90 – LM

2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 92 – LW

1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 94 – CF



10. David Silva (Manchester City) – 88 – CAM

9. Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – 88 – ST

8. Robin van Persie (Arsenal) – 88 – ST

7. Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United) – 89 – CB

6. Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) – 90 – RM

5. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) – 90 – ST

4. Andres Iniesta (Barcelona) – 91 – CAM

3. Xavi (Barcelona) – 92 – CM

2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 92 – LW

1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 94 – CF



10. Frank Lampard (Chelsea) – 87 – CAM

9. Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich) – 87 – RM

8. Xavi (Barcelona) – 87 – CM

7. Carles Puyol (Barcelona) – 87 – CB

6. Diego Forlan (Atletico Madrid) – 87 – ST

5. Didier Drogba (Chelsea) – 88 – ST

4. Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) – 88 – ST

3. David Villa (Barcelona) – 88 – ST

2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 89 – RW

1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 90 – RW