Bernardo Silva, Eden Hazard and Jadon Sancho are some of the highest rated dribblers in FIFA 21 … and discover three wonders listed as hidden gems in career mode
- FIFA 21 star ratings revealed ahead of game’s release
- This year’s edition of EA Sports’ popular game franchise is slated for October 6
- Lionel Messi, Neymar, Bernardo Silva and Eden Hazard are among the best dribblers
- Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho is just one point behind Hazard in 91
As FIFA 21’s big launch approaches on October 6, football’s biggest stars and fans are eager to hear about player ratings.
One of the key elements of the game is the ability to dribble and there are some familiar faces with the highest ratings in this category this year.
Unsurprisingly, Lionel Messi (95) and Neymar (94) are the top two, but below them, this is where it gets more interesting.
Bernardo Silva, Eden Hazard and Jadon Sancho are some of the best dribblers in FIFA 21
Jadon Sancho is rated 91 in dribbling and can terrorize opposition defenses with his skills
Manchester City pocket playmaker Bernardo Silva is tied with Real Madrid winger Eden Hazard at 92 with Jadon Sancho just behind on 91.
On Tuesday we revealed the fastest players in the match with Kylian Mbappe, Adama Traoré and Vinicius Junior topping the list.
And dribbling is a key stat in keeping pace with players looking to get their hands on a copy of the latest edition of the popular franchise.
Liverpool fans will also be delighted with the dribbling scores of their first three.
Bernardo Silva can squeeze out of tight spaces with his dribbling, reflected in his 92 rating
Jurgen Klopp’s triumvirate of Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino all rank highly in this category, each with a score of 90.
Paulo Dybala is rated 91 in the dribbling department, one more than his teammate Douglas Costa.
Manchester City also have a three front to be reckoned with as Raheem Sterling (90) and Riyad Mahrez (90) have the stats to support their technical abilities in real life.
The trio above is one that career mode managers can take and become stars.
For career mode players in FIFA, three hidden gems have been revealed.
Aspiring managers who want to develop young people alongside them and turn them into world-class talent will be eager to take a look.
The trio of Danny Leyva, 17, of the Seattle Sounders, Dennis Cirkin, 18, of Tottenham, and Kays Ruiz-Atil, 18, of PSG, have all been selected as Wonders to Watch.