On Monday, we discovered the ratings for the top 100 players, with Lionel Messi beating Cristiano Ronaldo to first place with a 94 rating.
Liverpool, after their Champions League triumph and second-placed finish in the Premier League, are well represented in the top 100, with Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah – both with 90 ratings – even appearing in the top 10.
Ratings for their entire squad have been released and it’s safe to say the Reds could be the team to play as in FIFA 20.
Alisson Becker has an 89 rating, Sadio Mane is 88 and Roberto Firmino is 86.
Behind them, Fabinho and Andrew Robertson are both rated 85.
One player eager to see a nice boost to his ratings is 19-year-old forward Rhian Brewster.
On September 13, 2018, when his card for FIFA 18 was released, Brewster was disappointed to see his shooting at a lowly 60.
“That 60 Shooting will be 85 by next season, believe that! 🔥”, the youngster wrote on Twitter.
And so, what is his shooting this year?
It’s gone up, but not to anything close to what Brewster wanted.
His shooting in FIFA 20 is 62, a gain of just two.
Brewster has taken it well, to be fair to him.
“Mission failed, we’ll get em next time 👀”, he joked about his new card.
Mission failed, we’ll get em next time 👀 pic.twitter.com/HaOZnNcBQf— Rhian Brewster (@RhianBrewster9) September 10, 2019
Brewster can have little complaints. He failed to make a single first team appearance last season.
He should get opportunities to show off his talents this season, though, with Liverpool facing a busy schedule.
Jurgen Klopp’s side will travel to Qatar in December for the Club World Cup.
So Brewster should see minutes with the senior squad this season, giving him the perfect opportunity to increase his shooting for FIFA 21.