Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Ronaldo claims Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 bragging rights over Messi

Ronaldo claims Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 bragging rights over Messi

Next up, though, is a newcomer in the form of Luka Modric, who was not even in the top 10 players in the previous edition of the game.

According to the former teammate of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, Carlos Tevez, the Juventus forward is a hard worker, while Messi is a naturally gifted player.

The video game released its top 100 players on Wednesday.

He finds himself ranked as the game's 18th best player with a rating of 89, while fellow World Cup victor N'Golo Kante also has a score of 89.

The game will be released in just over two weeks time, and the official Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 demo will be available on Thursday the 13th.

However, Ronaldo edged out the Barcelona man thanks to his superior pace (90), shooting (93) and physicality (79) ratings.

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The Belgium and Manchester City star, who is now sidelined with a knee injury, also has a rating of 91.

After these two legends, we have the recently announced permanent Brazilian captain, Neymar at number three with a 92 rating.

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is ranked as the No. 27 player in the game.

While Dybala was warming the Argentina bench, Ronaldo, having been asked to be rested from Portugal's two matches, was enjoying a break in St Tropez - posting photographs on Instagram - after Allegri gave his players some time off.

"It's just like when I was scoring goals and deserved to win things, I was above all that".

France's Paul Pogba is No. 33, Colombia's James Rodriguez is No. 36 and 2018 World Cup star Kylian Mbappé is the No. 42 player.

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