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FIFA 19 Winter Upgrades: 3 Premier League Forwards Who Will Get A Downgrade

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Modified 20 Dec 2019, 21:17 IST

Huddersfield Town v Manchester United - The Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round
Huddersfield Town v Manchester United - The Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round

Strikers win and lose the matches for you in FIFA 19. Unless you have a good striker playing up front, it is very difficult for you to get goals. That has been the case for many Premier League teams in real life too, just look at Chelsea and Manchester United.

Strikers, who are rated highly in the game, stand a risk of getting a downgrade when their form dips. And that is exactly what has happened.

Here are three Premier League strikers who will get a downgrade:

#3 – Romelu Lukaku

Manchester United have not been at their best this season and Lukaku is one of the reasons why. They are slowly getting back to winning ways – 7 of the last 8 – but have not managed to get Lukaku on the scoresheet.

Rated at 87, Lukaku has to be one of the most over-rated players in the game. He has all it takes to be at that level but has just not done enough to prove that he is capable of it right now.

The Belgian had a decent World Cup but as far as his club career goes, he has not managed to get the form he had while he was at Everton or even close to the one when he was on loan at West Bromwich Albion.

He could easily be one of the players to get a huge downgrade. Especially with strikers rated below him performing so well, EA might just be forced to reduce his ratings. Players like Lacazette, Gabriel Jesus, Callum Wilson, Raul Jimenez etc have done incredibly well and are rated way lower than him.

Rated the same as Lukaku in the game, Aubameyang has done a lot more than the Belgian. It won't be a surprise if the Arsenal man gets an upgrade despite being at such a high rating already.

Lukaku might be pushed down to 85 or even 84, should EA decide that there are better strikers than him out there.

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Published 30 Jan 2019, 16:02 IST
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