The top 100 players in FIFA 20 were announced yesterday.
Lionel Messi has been crowned the best player on the game, with Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar just behind him.
It's hard to argue over the top three this time around, but every year, there are always supporters who feel their favourite player has been hard done by their rating.
It seems Liverpool fans are far from impressed with Roberto Firmino's overall. The Brazilian's 86 rating hasn't been upgraded from FIFA 19, which seems a little odd.
But he's not the only player that EA Sports have been harsh on. In fact, Borussia Dortmund starlet Jadon Sancho expressed his disappointment with his own stats on Monday.
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Despite getting a huge upgrade from 72 overall on FIFA 19 to 84 overall on FIFA 20, the England youngster is unhappy with his 'passing' stats.
The 19-year-old took to Twitter and posted a screenshot of his card, with the caption "77 passing?!" and a number of confused emojis.
It didn't take long for EA Sports to reply, defending their rating by saying: "Why pass when you have 90 dribbling?"
That still didn't sit well with Sancho, who tweeted back: "I think both could be 90, a bit harsh."
It wasn't just EA who were taking stick from the young forward. He also questioned why Axel Witsel, his Dortmund teammate, has a higher passing stat.
Sancho isn't happy at all - and with good reason.
On top of scoring 12 goals in the 2018/19 Bundesliga season, the youngster also registered 17 assists.
He's already made a brilliant start to this campaign too, providing three assists in three league games.
If he continues this fine run of form, it won't be long before EA Sports have to upgrade Sancho's passing stats.
At the very least, he'll probably earn a few in-form cards - but even that might not be enough to keep him quiet on social media.News Now - Sport News