The official release of FIFA 20 is just around the corner, folks.
The excitement was ramped up recently when the company that makes the immensely popular game, EA, released the top 100 players on this year’s version of the series.
Lionel Messi came out top of the pops in the end, edging out eternal rival Cristiano Ronaldo to the title of the best player in the game.
Elsewhere, there have been massive upgrades for some of the Liverpool playing squad, while the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic have seen an alarming decline in their rating.
However, EA has gone further today by releasing the official list of the fastest players that you will be able to make use of in the game, and there are a few surprises.
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10. Inaki Williams (Athletic Bilbao): Pace 94
The Spaniard has just signed a bumper nine-year deal with Athletic that will see him outpacing the opposition at the San Mames Stadium for nearly another decade.
9. Douglas Costa (Juventus): Pace 94
Juventus’ array of attacking firepower is a real threat this season.
With the speed and skill of Costa complimenting the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Old Lady could do some real damage both in the game and in reality.
8. Sadio Mane (Liverpool): Pace 94
The Senegalese flyer is playing some of the best football of his life at the moment and looks set for another scintillating season at Anfield.
7. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal): Pace 94
Don’t be surprised to see the Arsenal talisman lining up as the focal point in many an Ultimate Team in FIFA 20 - the man is rapid.
6. Gelson Martins (Monaco): Pace 95
Martins could prove to be quite the asset on FIFA 20.
With a dribbling ability of 86 to compliment his supreme speed, he could take some stopping.
5. Leroy Sane (Manchester City): Pace 95
The German is set for a long spell on the sidelines after an unfortunate knee injury, but in game, the winger is going to be nigh on unstoppable.
4. Kensuke Nagai (FC Tokyo): Pace 95
Nagai is by far the oldest player on this list, but, at the ripe old age of 30, is certainly no slouch.
3. Anibal Chala (Toluca): Pace 95
The Ecuadorian left-back picks up the bronze medal amongst a list of elite pace merchants. His exploits bombing up and down the left flank could make Torluca an entirely different kettle of fish.
2. Adama Traore (Wolves): Pace 96
Traore just misses out on the coveted top spot but his pace rating of 96 will surely make him a real handful in the game. He could be the surprise package in a few teams over the coming months.
1. Kylian Mbappe (PSG): Pace 96
The French superstar really has the world at his feet at the moment and his combination of skill, finishing and unreal pace makes him one of the top players in the game.News Now - Sport News