Jadon Sancho's FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Would Destroy Yours
Jadon Sancho's FIFA 20 Ultimate Team has been doing the rounds and it's safe to say the Borussia Dortmund hotshot has one of the best teams we've seen.
In goal, Sancho has 87-rated Alisson Becker, behind a defence consisting of in-form 85-rated Trent Alexander-Arnold, the best defender on the game in Virgil van Dijk, Aymeric Laporte and a second England teammate in Danny Rose, who plays at left-back.
In midfield and attack is where it gets seriously tasty, though. N'Golo Kante anchors in the middle alongside in-form 82-rated James Maddison, with Sancho's insane 99-rated pro card causing chaos on the right flank, on the opposite wing to his idol and the man who got him into football, Ronaldinho.
The Brazilian influence continues with 94-rated Ronaldo and 95-rated Pele, two of the all-time greats. Interestingly, his manager is Chelsea and England legend Frank Lampard, with his five-star team given an overall rating of 89.
Sancho is an avid FIFA player and when speaking to SPORTbible at the FIFA 20 world premiere in September, he picked out the worst players he's come across.
Sancho said: "At England I've got two players - Raheem Sterling and Trent Alexander-Arnold - very bad players.
"And Dortmund I would say Achraf Hakimi and Paco Alcacer. Obviously I'm at the top."
The 19-year old also called out Sterling out for his rage quit last year when the two went-to-head on FIFA while on national team duty.
Sancho recalled playing with Juventus and beating his England team-mate Sterling 3-1 - and the Manchester City forward did not take it well.
"He [Sterling] got upset, went to his room and threw his toys out of the pram," Sancho joked. "A bit childish."
Sancho has been bumped up 12 ratings to 84 this year and is one of the most improved players on the game. But he's still not happy with EA Sports having only been given 77 for passing.
Why pass when you have 90 dribbling ♂️:joy:- EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) September 9, 2019
"I feel like FIFA got it wrong this year but everyone makes mistakes," Sancho reflected.
"FIFA does get updated so hopefully my rating does go up, then I'll be happy.
"It shows that you're doing well in your football but it's about real life personally because it's just a game. If someone was rated around 73 they shouldn't take it too personal but it is always nice to get a good rating on FIFA.
"It's a massive thing for me. Growing up playing FIFA, I liked to play with Ronaldinho and these kind of players so just being part of it is a great achievement for myself."