- Lionel Messi has been rated as the highest player in the FIFA 21 with 93 points
- Cristiano Ronaldo is occupying second position on the table with 92 points
- The Portuguese star won the Serie A title last season with Juventus
Lionel Messi who currently plays for Spanish side Barcelona has been named as the top-rated footballer in the FIFA 21 video game beating his long term big rival Cristian Ronaldo.
For more than ten years now, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have been dominating the game of football and these two players have shared 11 Ballon d'Or awards.
The Argentina international has six Ballon d'Or awards, while Cristiano Ronaldo has five.
Everyday, these two players keep breaking records and it is only the World Cup title that they have not yet won so far in their careers.
In the recent rating made by EA Sports, Barcelona superstar got the score of 93, while Cristiano Ronaldo got 92 in which the likes of Oblak, Neymar, Lewandowski and De Bruyne got 91.
Messi was also the top-rated player in the FIFA 20 edition with 94 and, like Ronaldo, he has slipped one point in the out-of-100 assessment.
At the 2019/20 League season, Lionel Messi failed to win any title with Barcelona with Cristiano Ronaldo winning the Serie A title for the second time.
Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk is occupying seventh position on the table with 90 points which is the same with Mbappe, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Cristiano Ronaldo stylishly expressed unhappiness to football being played without fans watching after netting incredible 101 goals for Portugal against Sweden.
The Juventus superstar was in brilliant form for Portugal on Tuesday night, September 9, scoring a brace in Nations League encounter.
He scored his first goal against Sweden in the 45th minute via a superb direct free-kick in which Sweden goalkeeper Rolbin Olsen was helpless.
Joao Felix provided the assist which gave Cristiano Ronaldo his second goal against Sweden in the 72nd minute.
Swedish had some chances to score towards the end of the encounter, but they missed the opportunities as the match ended 2-0 in favor of Portugal.
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