Player ratings on FIFA 22 have been announced and three players are higher than Cristiano Ronaldo.
Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema of England and Manchester City star Lucy Bronze and French defender Wendie Renard are the top three players with a score of 92, one more than Ronaldo.
Megan Rapinoe received an overall downgrade of -3 with a rating of 90 as she fell from first place. His American teammate Alex Morgan also has a rating of 90.
England Bronze teammate Fran Kirby is also among the 22 best players in the match. The Chelsea star is rated 88.
Six WSL players entered the elite charts with Sam Kerr, Tobin Heath, and Kim Little among the game’s top-rated players.
Below you can see the 22 highest rated players on FIFA 22.
Top rated players on FIFA 22
Vivianne Miedema (Arsenal and Netherlands) 92
Lucy Bronze (Manchester City and England) 92
Wendie Renard (Lyon and France) 92
Sam Kerr (Chelsea and Australia) 91
Amandine Henry (Lyon and France) 90
Dzsenifer Marozsan (Lyon and Germany) 90
Caroline Graham Hansen (Barcelona and Norway) 90
Tobin Heath (Arsenal & United States) 90
Megan Rapinoe (OL Reign and USA) 90
Alex Morgan (Orlando Pride and USA) 90
Julie Ertz (Chicago Red Stars & USA) 89
Eugénie Le Sommer (Lyon and France) 89
Lieke Martens (Barcelona and the Netherlands) 89
Christine Sinclair (Portland Thorns and Canada) 89
Fran Kirby (Chelsea and England) 88
Alexandra Popp (Wolfsburg and Germany) 88
Becky Sauerbrunn (Portland Thorns & USA) 88
Jenni Hermoso (Barcelona and Spain) 87
Amel Majri (Lyon and France) 87
Kim Little (Arsenal & ex-Scotland) 87
Lindsey Horan (Portland Thorns & USA) 97
Sara Dabritz (Paris Saint-Germain and Germany) 87
There were a few notable absences, including Barcelona midfielder and 2020/21 UEFA Player of the Year Alexia Putellas.
Women’s football has been part of the FIFA franchise since FIFA 16, and women’s football has grown in popularity in recent years.
It has become increasingly popular in FIFA, with FIFA 22 once again featuring women’s football.
FIFA players can use female athletes from their national teams at kick-off, but they have not yet been used in FIFA’s most popular game mode, FIFA Ultimate Team.
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