FIFA 17 Ratings: Top Ten Underrated Premier League Players - Liverpool, Chelsea & Tottenham Stars Seriously InsultedPublished October 6, 2016
FIFA 17 fever is in full swing and with that in mind we present you with an assortment of talents who’s ratings in the game bare little or no relation to their actual ability in reality….
Eric Dier (Tottenham) – 78
England regular and one of the best young talents in the Premier League but somehow has the same rating as Lee Cattermole…
Mikhail Antonio (West Ham) – 76
The Hammers wide-man can’t stop scoring right now and is a firm part of England’s national team plans and as such deserves a higher rating from FIFA 17.
Virgil Van Dijk (Southampton) – 79
The Dutchman is one of the most solid centre-backs in the Premier League so it’s time FIFA reflected this!
Sadio Mane (Liverpool) – 79
Liverpool paid £38m for the attacker and he’s started the season with a bang and deserves a rating of 80+ at least.
Raheem Sterling (Man City) – 82
Quite how the England winger rates this low is hard to fathom.
N’Golo Kante (Chelsea) – 81
The former Leicester City man was out of this world last term, hence his big-money move to Chelsea, so why only an 81 in FIFA 17?
Robert Huth (Leicester City) – 80
The German put in a near flawless campaign last term so how the hell does he still score below the likes of Dejan Lovren and Ryan Shawcross
Kelechi Iheanacho (Man City) – 74
Whilst it’s true the Nigerian is a youthful talent he is worth a far higher rating than the one FIFA 17 gives him.
Fraser Forster (Southampton) – 78
How the hell does the Southampton man have such a low rating? As a comparison Jack Butland is rated at 82…
Heung Min Son (Tottenham) – 78
WTF? As a guide, the South Korean, who has scored five goals already this term, has the same rating as Fabian Delph….