Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, the two footballers who epitomize and shape the current generation of contemporary football, have proven their dominance and success over the years. Their achievements and victories stand as a testament to their unparalleled impact on the sport. And as a consequence, they have received excellent ratings for the incredibly popular FIFA video games from EA Sports.
Due to a discrepancy between what the corporation was willing to pay and what the Swiss-based governing body required, EA Sports was unable to renew its contract with FIFA. And hence, EA Sports have rebranded their game.
The ratings for Messi and Ronaldo in the forthcoming EA Sports FC 24, the updated version of the company’s best-selling game, were leaked on internet and have since sparked a discussion.
With advancing age, both athletes have been handed downgrades, although Ronaldo has received a less rating than his longtime competitor. According to the leaked information, Messi, the World Cup champion from Argentina, had a rating of 88, while Ronaldo received a rating of 83.
According to reports, Ronaldo has a 74 speed rating, an 83 shooting rating, a 77 passing rating, an 85 dribbling rating, and a physicality rating of 72. Messi performs better, scoring 75 for pace, 71 for dribbling, 87 for shots, 88 for passing, and 57 for physicality.
Messi is currently attached to MLS side Inter Miami. Lionel earned the French league title two times in two years during his stint in Ligue 1, but he was unable to replicate his domestic domination on the continental stage, prompting enraged supporters to hoot and boo the renowned playmaker.
Messi has made an excellent beginning in the USA, hitting three goals and assisting one in his first two games since the move. In contrast, Ronaldo left Manchester United for Saudi Pro League team Al Nassr following his hazardous interview with Piers Morgan. In the conversation, Ronaldo lambasted the situation at the Manchester club, which didn’t sit well with the management or supporters.