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Sport FIFA 21 ratings: database expanded to Top 1000

18:30  23 september  2020
18:30  23 september  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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At the start of the rating marathon before FIFA 21, EA SPORTS unveiled the 100 best players in the upcoming soccer simulation. Now the developer is following up with the Top 1000 and numerous previously unknown values ​​from players from Germany and the Bundesliga.

Inzwischen umfasst das © EA SPORTS The "Ratings Collective" for FIFA 21 now includes the 1000 best-rated players.

EA SPORTS has published the values ​​of the best 1000 players in FIFA 21. In the "Ratings Collective", the database for the new FIFA part, they are all listed with their overall rating and the individual values. At the beginning of the rating reveal, the developer only granted this deep insight to the top 100 professionals.

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Twelve Germans are part of the 100 best players Marc-André ter Stegen leads in eleventh place with 90 points and five other players from the Bundesliga. The top 1000 includes a total of 129 professionals from the German upper house and 62 players under the black, red and gold flag. David Alaba, Leon Goretzka, Roman Bürki, Axel Witsel, Julian Brandt, Niklas Süle and Kingsley Coman just missed the top 100 places - their 84 points were only almost enough.

Kevin Trapp, Lukas Hradecky, Koen Casteels, Charles Aranguiz, Thorgan Hazard, Marcel Sabitzer, Filip Kostic and Denis Zakaria are also still very well in the race. They all have an 83 rating in FIFA 21. The two best Germans outside the top 100 who are not active for a Bundesliga club have the same number of points: Ilkay Gündogan and Mesut Özil.

Up to 77-point players

The top 1000 include players with an overall rating of 77 points, with Mario Lemina of Southampton FC in last place. Shortly before that, the last German for the time being came in: Jonas Hofmann from Borussia Mönchengladbach was ranked 991 with his 77 rating.

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