FIFA 21 has been out for just over a week now and the game is as popular as ever.
In this year's edition, Kevin De Bruyne (91) is the highest-rated player in the Premier League.
But, on the game, is he the most complete player in England's top tier?
Only players' normal cards are taken into account. That means special cards, including players who have been named in a Team of the Week, have been omitted.
Find out the Premier League's 25 most complete players on FIFA 21 below...
25. Joao Moutinho - 2,000
24. Donny van de Beek - 2,205
23. Ricardo Pereira - 2,207
22. Kyle Walker - 2,207
21. Fabinho - 2,208
20 - James Milner - 2,208
19. Harry Kane - 2,209
18. Allan - 2,216
17. Fred - 2,217
16. Thiago Alcantara - 2,219
15. Fernandinho - 2,225
14. Thomas Partey - 2,229
13. Sadio Mane - 2,231
12. Dele Alli - 2,236
11. Mohamed Salah - 2,237
10. Trent Alexander-Arnold - 2,245
9. Lucas Digne - 2,247
8. Gareth Bale - 2,247
7. Roberto Firmino - 2,252
6. Jordan Henderson - 2,253
5. Georginio Wijnaldum - 2,299
4. Alex Telles - 2,300
3. Paul Pogba - 2,302
2. Bruno Fernandes - 2,326
1. Kevin De Bruyne - 2,337
There's a few names on this list that stand out straight away. Milner is ranked 20th, despite only being given an 80 rating. He would be much higher if his pace wasn't just 55.
Fred is in 17th, despite regularly warming the bench for United, with new Liverpool signing Thiago one place ahead.
Partey finds himself in 14th, but he has seven fewer in-game stats than Tottenham's Alli.
Despite being downgraded to an 83, Bale is the eighth most complete Premier League player in FIFA 21.
Three United players feature in the top four: Telles, Pogba and Fernandes.
Telles is perhaps the most surprising inclusion, given he is a defender.
But it is De Bruyne who is the most complete Premier League player on FIFA 21 with 2,337 total stats. He narrowly beat Fernandes to top spot, with the Portuguese having 11 fewer stats.
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