Top 5: Premier League strikers on FIFA 14

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Manchester United have one of the most potent attacking lineups in world football - don't believe us? Well, FIFA 14 seems to think so.

The latest EA Sports release sees three Manchester United forwards among the top five best finishers on the game - Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez all crash the top five.

That's no surprise really, Van Persie has won the last two Golden Boots, Rooney is one of Manchester United's all-time top scorers and Hernandez boasts one of the best goals-per-minute records in the top flight.

Think you can guess the other two to make the top five? Well, we'll tell you - Manchester City's Sergio Aguero is in at number two and Tottenham's new signing Roberto Soldado sits third.

Anyway, let's get to it - the Premier League's best finishers, as rated by the bods at EA Sports.

Here's the full top five, as first revealed by the Metro.

Top five best finishers in the Premier League

1. Robin van Persie | Manchester United
2. Sergio Aguero | Manchester City
3. Roberto Soldado | Tottenham Hotspur
4. Javier Hernandez | Manchester United
5. Wayne Rooney | Manchester United

What do you think? Who's been cruelly overlooked and who doesn't deserve a spot in the top five?

And we want you to name your top five best finishers in world football? Radamel Falcao, Edinson Cavani, Cristiano Ronaldo?

Who makes it into your world football top five?

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