FIFA 19 Ratings Arsenal Football Club is now out. The ratings of Arsenal players dropped significantly, compared to the FIFA 18 ratings. This is a reflection of their poor performance during the 2017/2018 season, where they finished 6th in the EPL. FIFA 19 ratings saw only two Arsenal first-team players move up, as compared to that of last year’s FIFA 18. Majority of Arsenal’s first-team players either dropped or maintained their previous ratings.
The only two players who moved up in the rating chart are Mohamed Elneny and Rob Holdings, who moved up one place (77 to 78) and two places (72 to 74) respectively.
Arsenal’s top-rated player on this year’s edition of EA Sports’ FIFA game is Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who displaced Mesut Ozil from the top spot. He has a rating of 87 points. The dethroned Mesut Ozil dropped two places to 86, from his last year’s FIFA 18 rating of 88.
Mesut Ozil is followed in 3rd place by Henrikh Mkhitaryan, a mid-season arrival from Manchester United. He has an overall rating of 84 points. Also on 84 points are the likes of Bernd Leno, Alexandre Lacazette and Sokratis Papastathopoulos.
Another interesting thing to note in the latest ratings is the rating of Bernd Leno, the new goalkeeper, who was rated above the more experienced Petr Cech, who is also the current first choice of Unai Emery. Petr Cech is rated 82 compared to Leno’s 84.
We have compiled a list of all the first team players, duly accompanied by their respective FIFA 19 ratings Arsenal Football Club. So feel free to check it out and see if your favourite player(s) was moved down or up by EA Sports, in the latest FIFA 19 ratings.
FIFA 19 Ratings Arsenal: 2018/2019 Full Squad
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Attacker/Centre Forward) – 87
- Mesut Ozil (Midfielder/Winger) – 86
- Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Winger/Attacker) – 84
- Bernd Leno (Goalkeeper) – 84
- Alexandre Lacazette (Attacker/Centre Forward) – 84
- Sokratis Papastathopoulos (Defender/Centre Back) – 84
- Aaron Ramsey (Midfielder/Winger) – 82
- Laurent Koscieny (Defender/Centre Back) – 82
- Shkodran Mustafi (Defender/Centre Back) – 82
- Petr Cech (Goalkeeper) – 82
- Granit Xhaka (Midfielder) – 81
- Sead Kolasinac (Defender/Left Full Back) – 80
- Stefan Lichtsteiner (Defender/Right Back) – 80
- Hector Bellerin (Defender/Right Back) – 80
- Nacho Monreal (Defender/Left Back) – 80
- Lucas Torreira (Midfielder) – 78
- Mohamed Elneny (Midfielder) – 78
- Danny Welbeck (Attacker/Centre Forward/Winger) – 77
- Alex Iwobi (Attacker/Winger) – 76
- Rob Holding (Defender/Centre Back) – 74
- Emi Martinez (Goalkeeper) – 72
- Ainsley Maitland-Niles (Defender/Right Back) – 71
- Carl Jenkinson (Defender/Right Full Back) – 69
- Konstantinos Mavropanos (Defender) – 68
- Matteo Guendouzi (Central Midfielder) – 67
- Gedion Zelalem (Midfielder) – 65
- Reiss Nelson (Attacker/Centre Forward) – 65
- Edward Keddar Nketiah (Attacker/Centre Forward) – 64
- Cohen Bramall (Defender/Left Full Back) – 63
- Joe Willock (Midfielder) – 61
- Emile Smith Rowe (Midfielder) – 60
- Jordi Osei Tutu (Defender/Full Back) – 56
As expected by many football enthusiasts globally, the poor rating of the Arsenal squad in the latest FIFA 19 is a reflection of the team’s underwhelming performance last season, under the former manager, Arsene Wenger. Arsenal finished the season at a lowly sixth position in the EPL last season, and will consequently miss out on this season’s Champions League campaign.
The FIFA 19 officially launches later this month, on 28th September.
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