FIFA18 Top 100 Player Ratings

With FIFA 18's release date drawing closer and closer everyday, EA revealed how will the players be reated along with the top 100 list. 

Check out the complete FIFA 18 player ratings for the top 100 players.

Rank Player Rating
1 Cristiano Ronaldo 94
2 Lionel Messi 93
3 Neymar 92
4 Luis Suárez 92
5 Manuel Neuer 92
6 Robert Lewandowski 91
7 Sergio Ramos 90
8 Eden Hazard 90
9 Toni Kroos 90
10 Gonzalo Higuaín 90
11 David De Gea 89
12 Luka Modrić 89
13 Gianluigi Buffon 89
14 Alexis Sánchez 89
15 Kevin De Bryune 89
16 Giorgio Chiellini 89
17 Gareth Bale 89
18 Sergio Agüero 89
19 Thibaut Courtois 89
20 Antoine Griezmann 89
21 Paulo Dybala 88
22 Thiago 88
23 Leonardo Bonucci 88
24 Arjen Robben 88
25 Thiago Silva 88
26 Mats Hummels 88
27 Diego Godín 88
28 Hugo Lloris 88
29 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 88
30 Zlatan Ibrahimović 88
31 Jan Oblak 88
32 Mesut Özil 88
33 Jérôme Boateng 88
34 Marco Verratti 87
35 N’Golo Kanté 87
36 Paul Pogba 87
37 Edinson Cavani 87
38 Marcelo 87
39 Arturo Vidal 87
40 Christian Eriksen 87
41 Marek Hamšik 87
42 Gerard Piqué 87
43 David Silva 87
44 Ivan Rakitić 87
45 Andres Iniesta 87
46 Samir Handanovič 87
47 Thomas Müller 86
48 Romelu Lukaku 86
49 Dries Mertens 86
50 Radja Nainggolan 86
51 Phillipe Countinho 86
52 Alex Sandro 86
53 Harry Kane 86
54 Isco 86
55 Cesc Fàbregas 86
56 Karim Benzema 86
57 Toby Alderweireld 86
58 James Rodríguez 86
59 Sergio Busquets 86
60 David Luiz 86
61 Franck Ribery 86
62 Sokratis 86
63 Diego Costa 86
64 Marco Reus 86
65 Javi Martínez 86
66 Peter Čech 86
67 David Alaba 86
68 Pepe 86
69 Miranda 86
70 Alexandre Lacazette 85
71 Casemiro 85
72 Blaise Matuidi 85
73 Keylor Navas 85
74 Jordi Alba 85
75 Miralem Pjanić 85
76 César Azpilicueta 85
77 Lorenzo Insigne 85
78 Filipe Luís 85
79 Ángel Di María 85
80 Jan Vertonghen 85
81 Marc-André ter Stegen 85
82 Yannick Carrasco 85
83 Henrikh Mkhitaryan 85
84 Vincent Kompany 85
85 Andrea Barzagli 85
86 Kamil Glik 83
87 Raphaël Varane 85
88 Danijel Subašić 85
89 Ilkay Gündoğan 85
90 Stéphane Ruffier 85
91 Claudio Marchisio 85
92 Bernd Leno 85
92 Mauro Icardi 84
94 Dele Alli 84
95 Falcao 84
96 Marco Asensio 84
97 Dani Alves 84
98 Sadio Mané 84
99 Sami Khedira 84
100 Bernardo Silva 84

Some may argue that the number 1 and 2 spots should be reversed but oh well, it's up for you to discuss!

FIFA 18 will be available this September 29 for the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Posted by Kersten Chircop on 12th September 2017, 09:39

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