FIFA 21 rankings: Top ten best players overall

The release of FIFA 21 is creeping ever closer, but before the game drops, the ratings have come out and this year there is a twist.

Kevin De Bruyne Looks On During A Match. Photo: Epa/peter Powell / Pool
Kevin De Bruyne looks on during a match. Photo: EPA/Peter Powell / POOL

While Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are present in first and second in the overall men’s rankings, Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski’s has muscled into the top three, knocking Neymar off his perch.

The Brazilian drops all the way down to fifth, with Kevin de Bruyne of Manchester City ? the best-rated Premier League player in FIFA 21, claiming fourth place.

While Messi’s Nou Camp future is uncertain, there’s no doubt of his spot at the top of the FIFA 21 rankings.  His overall score of 93 is one point lower than his original FIFA 20 card, but that’s still well ahead of the rest.

Keeping with tradition and raging internet debates of who is better, Ronaldo is second with 92 points, also one lower than his score last year.

Lewandowski enters in thrid – unsurprisingly considering the whole 61 goals in 57 matches thing. Manchester City’s De Bruyne and PSG’s Neymar complete the top five.

Jan Oblak is the only goalkeeper int he top ten, with 91 points overall. He just edged out  Marc-Andre Ter Stegen (Barcelona, 90), Alisson (Liverpool, 90), Manuel Neuer (FC Bayern, 89) and Thibaut Courtois (Real Madrid, 89).

Liverpool’s stars dominate the rest with Kylian Mbapp? in eighth spot the only non-Liverpool player snuggled between Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah and  Sadio Man?.

FIFA 21: Top ten men’s players (overall ranking)

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FIFA 21 overall rankings: Top ten player table

Lionel Messi93859295953865
Cristiano Ronaldo92898389893577
Robert Lewandowski91789186864382
Kevin de Bruyne91768688886478
Jan Oblak91879278905090
Virgil van Dijk90766071729186
Kylian Mbappe90968678913976
Mohamed Salah90938681904575
Sadio Mane90948580904476