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FIFA 18 World Cup Ratings Reveal: Manuel Neuer rated highest as EA Sports release Germany squad ratings

715   //    16 May 2018, 02:07 IST

Neuer is rated highest at 91
Neuer is rated highest at 91

The FIFA World Cup 2018 is just around the corner and we couldn't be more excited. With plenty of talent expected to shine through in just under two months time, the stage is set for the biggest footballing event of the year.

EA Sports is pursuing its own piece of the pie this time around with the launch of the new World Cup update in FIFA 18, and one of the tasks assigned with this venture is the ratings update for players and teams competing at the World Cup. And next up on the agenda is the defending champions Germany.

Die Mannschaft have been on quite the roll since lifting the cup just four years ago in Brazil, and enter this tournament full of confidence.

The team sits perched at the top of the world rankings and qualified comfortably for the grand event by finishing top of their group.

Their World Cup group, however, seems a bit more challenging with the inclusion of Mexico, Sweden, and South Korea, all expected to be outsiders for a place in the knockout rounds of the tournament.

As Germany get ready for Russia, EA Sports is ready with their ratings update for all the players going to the biggest stage in world football and on paper.

It looks as formidable as ever with the likes of Manuel Neuer, Thomas Muller, Toni Kroos, Mesut Ozil and Mats Hummels all hoping to light up the extravaganza.

Germany squad and ratings on FIFA 18 World Cup update:


Manuel Neuer: 91


Marc-Andre Ter Stegen: 87

Bernd Leno: 84

Kevin Trapp: 82


Mats Hummels: 90

Jerome Boateng: 87

Joshua Kimmich: 85

Niklas Sule: 84

Antonio Rudiger: 83

Shkodran Mustafi: 82

Benedikt Howedes: 82

Jonas Hector: 81

Jonathan Tah: 81

Matthias Ginter: 80


Toni Kroos: 90

Mesut Ozil: 88

Thomas Muller: 86

Sami Khedira: 85

Julian Draxler: 84

Ilkay Gundogan: 84

Leon Goretzka: 84

Leroy Sane: 83

Mario Gotze: 83

Emre Can: 82

Julian Brandt: 81

Sebastian Rudy: 81


Timo Werner: 85

Lars Stindl: 82

Sandro Wagner: 80

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