FIFA 22 Ultimate XI from top five leagues shows Premier League dominance, how LaLiga has fallen and Serie A’s decline in brutal ratings
FIFA 22 is upon us and the ratings have been trickling out this week.
The landscape of football has drastically changed this summer with some of the major deals that have been done.
This is the first FIFA game since 2006 where neither Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo are in LaLiga and the highest rated players from Serie A are rated 87.
Below you can take a look at the best XI on the game from Europe’s top leagues:
Lionel Messi (Ligue 1) – 93
Robert Lewandowski (Bundesliga) – 92
Cristiano Ronaldo (EPL) – 91
Neymar (Ligue 1) – 91
Kevin De Bruyne (EPL) – 91
N’Golo Kante (EPL) – 90
Joshua Kimmich (Bundesliga) – 89
Andrew Robertson (EPL) – 87
Virgil Van Dijk (EPL) – 89
Trent Alexander-Arnold (EPL) – 87
Jan Oblak (La Liga) – 91
If you really wanted to go gung-ho and play more forwards, Kylian Mbappe is arated 91 and Harry Kane is rated 90.
The other players are clear winners in their positions and it shows you how ridiculous Liverpool are on the game. They own both the best full-backs on the game and the best centre-back – who didn’t play for virtually a season.
The Premier League has the biggest influence on the team with six players. Ligue 1 and Bundesliga have two each with the goalkeeper being Spain’s sole contribution.
FIFA 22 is out on October 1, but is available for pre-order now.