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FIFA 21 Has Some Of The Weirdest Ratings In Franchise History

Daniel Marland

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FIFA 21 Has Some Of The Weirdest Ratings In Franchise History

FIFA 21's weirdest ratings have been compiled into one video and fans still can't understand some of them.


EA Sports have begun rolling out every player's final overall ahead of the game's launch on October 9.

Thursday saw the top 1000 database revealed and after a week of controversy surrounding the top 100, gamers are ready to do it all over again with a new set of cards.

YouTuber MattHDGamer has gone through some of the more bizarre rating changes that have gone under the radar.

The video starts off with Villarreal midfielder Dani Parejo who has seen his overall go down from 86 to 85, despite having huge increases on his card.

Parejo has seen all of his stats bar physical increase while that has remained the same at 69.

His biggest increase comes in the pace department, rising to 50 pace from just 41 in last year's iteration.

Next up is Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic who impressed in his debut Premier League campaign.

Despite an impressive first season where he scored 11 goals in all competitions, the United States international is rated 81 non-rare card with a -1 pace decrease.

Matt says there is "absolutely no way" that Pulisic should be lower than an 83 rating.

Pulisic's former club Borussia Dortmund are the focus next and while Jadon Sancho is an 87-rated card now, he still has lower shooting than Emre Can.

Sancho netted 17 goals last term while Can only scored twice... Which means Can now has 78 shooting and Sancho has 74.

Image Credit: MattHDGamer/YouTube
Image Credit: MattHDGamer/YouTube
Image Credit: MattHDGamer/YouTube
Image Credit: MattHDGamer/YouTube

Arjen Robben has been reintroduced to FIFA after coming out of retirement to play for Dutch side Groningen.

He comes in at an 80-rated card despite being an 85-rated when a Bayern Munich player on FIFA 19, with one of his special cards going up to a 93.

While the 36-year-old has been out of action for over a year, such a steep decline will come as a shock.

Elsewhere Gareth Bale has been confirmed as an 83-rated, despite rumours he'd plummeted to a 79.

What do you think is the weirdest rating in FIFA 21?

Let us know in the comments below.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images & EA Sports

Topics: gaming news, Football News, Football, Arjen Robben, EA Sports, Borussia Dortmund, Jadon Sancho, FIFA 21, Christian Pulisic

Daniel Marland
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