FIFA 18 World Cup: Full player ratings & team stats

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first_imgeSports FIFA 18 World Cup: Best players, Icons & team ratings in full Goal 22:26 6/1/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) FIFA 18 World Cup update eSports World Cup We bring you all the player ratings from EA Sports’ latest offering, which gives gamers the chance to play at this year’s World Cup The 2018 World Cup kicks off on June 14 but FIFA 18 gamers can already get things under way with the new tournament special edition update.EA Sports released the latest version of their FIFA World Cup game on May 29 ahead of the competition and it is available to play now.Featuring all 32 teams as well as every stadium, the update also includes FIFA Ultimate Team mode, with a wealth of World Cup Icons also thrown in to make things even more interesting. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now There’s also an option to create a custom World Cup with a fantasy line-up, which on this occasion might be particularly appealing to gamers from the Netherlands, Italy or the United States. To help you get started, Goal takes a look at all the ratings for the game (per FUTBIN), including the best players, teams and icons.FIFA 18 World Cup best playersExcluding the Icons, the best player in the FIFA 18 World Cup game is Cristiano Ronaldo, who has an overall rating of 95. The Portugal star’s pace and shooting are undoubtedly his strongest qualities at 90 and 92 respectively.Ronaldo is followed in the game by his perennial rival Lionel Messi, with the Argentina captain boasting a rating of 94. While Messi lags slightly behind his Portuguese nemesis in terms of pace and shooting attributes, his dribbling ability is one of the best in the game at 96.Brazil’s talisman Neymar is the third best player in the game with an overall rating of 93 and Portugal striker Robert Lewandowski follows the Paris Saint-Germain forward in fourth, with a rating of 92. Uruguay’s Luis Suarez is rated at 91, as are Spain’s David de Gea and Germany’s Manuel Neuer.Interestingly, despite his incredible season, Egypt forward Mohamed Salah is rated relatively low at 88, which puts him behind the likes of Luka Modric, Edinson Cavani, Christian Eriksen and Antoine Griezmann, who are all rated 89.You can see every single player rated 90 or above in the FIFA 18 World Cup game below. Player Team Rating Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal 95 Lionel Messi Argentina 94 Neymar Brazil 93 Robert Lewandowski Poland 92 David de Gea Spain 91 Manuel Neuer Germany 91 Luis Suarez Uruguay 91 Kevin De Bruyne Belgium 90 Eden Hazard Belgium 90 Mats Hummels Germany 90 Toni Kroos Germany 90 Sergio Ramos Spain 90 FIFA 18 World Cup best goalkeeperTwo goalkeepers in the game have a rating of 91: David de Gea and Manuel Neuer .They are followed by Belgium’s Thibaut Courtois, who has a rating of 88, with France captain Hugo Lloris and Germany no. 2 Marc-Andre ter Stegen both rated 87.FIFA 18 World Cup best defenderThe best defenders at the World Cup, according to the FIFA 18 game, are Spain’s Sergio Ramos and Germany’s Mats Hummels , who both have a rating of 90.Veteran Portugal defender Pepe and Uruguay’s Diego Godin follow with ratings of 88. Brazilian duo Miranda and Marcelo are rated 87, as are Gerard Pique and Jerome Boateng.FIFA 18 World Cup best midfielderBelgium talisman Kevin De Bruyne and Germany’s Toni Kroos are the highest rated midfielders in the game at 90.Croatia star Luka Modric and Denmark playmaker Christian Eriksen are next with ratings of 89. Salah, who is considered a right midfielder in the game, is one of four players boasting an 88 rating, alongside Mesut Ozil, Thiago Alcantara and N’Golo Kante.FIFA 18 World Cup best forwardCristiano Ronaldo is the best forward in the game, followed by Messi and Neymar, with ratings of 95, 94 and 93 respectively.Lewandowski (92), Suarez (91) and Eden Hazard (90) follow, with Cavani and Griezmann both rated 89. Other forwards who will be useful attacking options include Brazil’s Philippe Coutinho and Argentina’s Gonzalo Higuain, who are 88-rated players.FIFA 18 World Cup Icon ratingsRonaldinho FIFA 18 World Cup IconsAs well as the regular national team players, the FIFA 18 World Cup game features a number of international ‘Icons’ , who have represented their respective countries at previous World Cups.Among the 17 Icons in the expansion game are Argentina’s World Cup-winning captain Diego Maradona, Brazil’s three-time World Cup winner Pele and former England striker Gary Lineker.Other heroes from past tournaments include 2002 World Cup winner Ronaldinho, Nigeria’s iconic midfielder Jay-Jay Okocha and Germany’s Miroslav Klose, who is the World Cup’s all-time top scorer.You can see the full list of Icons below, along with their ratings. Icon Team Rating Pele Brazil 98 Diego Maradona Argentina 97 Ronaldo Brazil 94 Lev Yashin Russia 94 Thierry Henry France 93 Lothar Matthaus Germany 93 Bobby Moore England 92 Gary Lineker England 92 Carles Puyol Spain 92 Ronaldinho Brazil 91 Laurent Blanc France 91 Jay-Jay Okocha Nigeria 90 Rui Costa Portugal 90 Deco Portugal 90 Luis Hernandez Mexico 90 Miroslav Klose Germany 87 Hidetoshi Nakata Japan 86 FIFA 18 World Cup Player RatingsLionel Messi FIFA 18 World CupArgentinaOverall rating: 84Best player: Lionel Messi (94)Goalkeepers: Sergio Romero (82), Geronimo Rulli (80), Nahuel Guzman (78)Defenders: Nicolas Otamendi (86), Federico Fazio (82), Marcos Rojo (81), Ezequiel Garay (81), Mateo Musacchio (81), Pablo Zabaleta (78), Gabriel Mercado (77), Ramiro Funes Mori (77), Facundo Roncaglia (76)Midfielders: Paulo Dybala (87), Javier Pastore (83), Lucas Biglia (82), Ever Banega (82), Javier Mascherano (81), Leandro Paredes (80), Roberto Pereyra (80), Fernando Belluschi (80), Augusto Fernandez (80), Enzo Perez (77)Forwards: Lionel Messi (94), Gonzalo Higuain (88), Sergio Aguero (87), Angel Di Maria (85), Mauro Icardi (85), Alejandro Gomez (84), Ezequiel Lavezzi (80), Eduardo Salvio (80), Angel Correa (80), Lucas Pratto (80), Marcos Acuna (79), Emiliano Rigoni (79), Dario Benedetto (79), Erik Lamela (78), Lautaro Acosta (78)AustraliaOverall rating: 71Best players: Mathew Ryan, Aaron Mooy (76)Goalkeepers: Mathew Ryan (76), Mitchell Langerak (70), Danny Vukovic (69), Adam Federici (68), Mark Birighetti (66)Defenders: Aziz Behich (73), Mark Milligan (72), Trent Sainsbury (72), Baily Wright (70), James Meredith (69), Matthew Jurman (69), Matthew Spiranovic (69), Josh Risdon (69), Milos Degenek (69), Rhys Williams (69), Alex Wilkinson (69), Ryan McGowan (68), Alex Gersbach (67), Tarik Elrich (65)Midfielders: Aaron Mooy (76), Tom Rogic (74), Mathew Leckie (73), Robbie Kruse (72), Mile Jedinak (72), Massimo Luongo (72), Jackson Irvine (70), Tim Cahill (70), James Troisi (70), Tommy Oar (69), Ivan Franjic (67)Forwards: Jamie Maclaren (69), Tomi Juric (69), Apostolos Giannou (68), Nikita Rukavytsa (66)BelgiumOverall rating: 83Best players: Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard (90)Goalkeepers: Thibaut Courtois (88), Simon Mignolet (80), Koen Casteels (78), Matz Sels (75)Defenders: Toby Alderweireld (84), Vincent Kompany (84), Jan Vertonghen (84), Thomas Vermaelen (80), Leander Dendoncker (77), Laurent Ciman (77), Christian Kabasele (76), Dedryk Boyata (75), Nicolas Lombaerts (74)Midfielders: Kevin De Bruyne (90), Axel Witsel (83), Yannick Carrasco (82), Moussa Dembele (82), Thomas Meunier (81), Marouane Fellaini (81), Radja Nainggolan (81), Steven Defour (80), Nacer Chadli (79), Youri Tielemans (79), Jordan Lukaku (75), Sebastian Pocognoli (70)Forwards: Eden Hazard (90), Dries Mertens (86), Romelu Lukaku (86), Michy Batshuayi (81), Christian Benteke (80), Thorgan Hazard (79), Kevin Mirallas (78), Divock Origi (78)BrazilOverall rating: 86Best player: Neymar (93)Goalkeepers: Alisson (84), Ederson (83), Diego Alves (82), Cassio (77)Defenders: Miranda (87), Marcelo (87), Dani Alves (86), Thiago Silva (86), Marquinhos (85), Filipe Luis (85), Alex Sandro (84), David Luiz (84), Felipe (82), Jemerson (80), Gabriel Paulista (80), Danilo (79), Geromel (78), Fagner (77)Midfielders: Paulinho (87), Casemiro (86), Renato Augusto (85), Fernandinho (84), Oscar (83), Giuliano (83), Fabinho (83), Lucas Lima (82), Luiz Gustavo (81), Fred (81)Forwards: Neymar (93), Philippe Coutinho (88), Gabriel Jesus (85), Willian (85), Roberto Firmino (84), Hulk (83), Douglas Costa (83), Jonas (83), Taison (82), Lucas (82)Neymar FIFA 18 World Cup ratingColombiaOverall rating: 79Best player: James Rodriguez (87)Goalkeepers: David Ospina (78), Camilo Vargas (75) Robinson Zapata (69)Defenders: Davinson Sanchez (82), Jeison Murillo (80), Santiago Arias (79), Cristian Zapata (78), Yerry Mina (77), Oscar Murillo, (77), Frank Fabra (77), Pablo Armero (75), Eder Balanta (75), Farid Diaz (73), Stefan Medina (72), Helibelton Palacios (71)Midfielders: James Rodriguez (87), Juan Cuadrado (82), Yimmi Chara (78), Carlos Sanchez (77), Daniel Torres (77), Macnelly Torres (76), Fredy Guarin (76), Alexander Mejia (76), Wilmar Barrios (75), Abel Aguilar (75), Edwin Cardona (75), Sebastian Perez (74), Guillermo Celis (74), Matheus Uribe (73), Orlando Berrio (73)Forwards: Radamel Falcao (84), Carlos Bacca (82), Luis Muriel (80), Duvan Zapata (78), Teofilo Gutierrez (78), Miguel Borja (77), Jackson Martinez (77), Adrian Ramos (76), Roger Martinez (71)Costa RicaOverall rating: 73Best player: Keylor Navas (86)Goalkeepers: Keylor Navas (86), Patrick Pemberton (66), Esteban Alvarado (66), Leonel Moreira (62), Dany Carvajal (62)Defenders: Giancarol Gonzalez (76), Oscar Duarte (75), Kendall Waston (74), Cristian Gamboa (73), Brian Oviedo (72), Ronald Matarrita (71), Francisco Calvo (71), Johnny Acosta (70), Michael Umana (67), Junior Diaz (65), Kenner Gutierrez (63), Pablo Salazar (61), Allan Miranda (61), Jhamir Ordain (60)Midfielders: Celso Borges (78), Bryan Ruiz (76), Joel Campbell (76), Randall Azofeifa (71), Christian Bolanos (71), David Guzman (71), Yeltsin Tejeda (68), Johan Venegas (68), Rodney Wallace (68), Ulises Segura (66), Oscar Esteban Granados (62)Forwards: Marco Urena (69), Jose Guillermo Ortiz (64), Daniel Colindres (63), David Ramirez (63), Yendrick Ruiz (62)CroatiaOverall rating: 80Best player: Luka Modric (89)Goalkeepers: Danijel Subasic (83), Lovre Kalinic (75), Ivan Vargic (69), Dominik Livakovic (65)Defenders: Vedran Corluka (80), Dejan Lovren (80), Sime Vrsaljko (80), Domagoj Vida (78), Ivan Strinic (75), Tin Jedvaj (74), Martin Leovac (71), Duje Valeta-Car (71), Antonio Milic (71), Matej Mitrovic (71), Josip Pivaric (68), Borna Barisic (65), Marko Leskovic (64), Zoran Nizic (63)Midfielders: Luka Modric (89), Ivan Rakitic (86), Ivan Perisic (85), Mateo Kovacic (81), Marcelo Brozovic (80), Milan Badelj (78), Marko Pjaca (77), Marko Rog (76), Mario Pasalic (75), Ante Rebic (75), Ante Coric (73), Nikola Vlasic (67), Domagoj Antolic (67), Filip Bradaric (64)Forwards: Mario Mandzukic (83), Andrej Kramaric (80), Nikola Kalinic (79), Ivan Santini (76), Franko Andrijasevic (76), Duje Cop (74)DenmarkOverall rating: 78Best player: Christian Eriksen (89)Goalkeepers: Kasper Schmeichel (83), Jonas Lossl (75), David Jensen (75), Frederik Ronnow (74)Defenders: Andreas Christensen (82), Simon Kjaer (80), Jannik Vestergaard (78), Mathias Jorgensen (76), Frederik Sorensen (75), Erik Sviatchenko (73), Jens Stryger Larsen (73), Riza Durmisi (73), Peter Ankersen (72), Andreas Bjelland (72), Jonas Knudsen (71), Henrik Dalsgaard (71)Midfielders: Christian Eriksen (89), Daniel Wass (80), Thomas Delaney (78), Lasse Schone (77), Martin Braithwaite (75), Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (75), Lukas Lerager (74), Mike Jensen (74), William Kvist (71)Forwards: Nicolai Jorgensen (79), Pione Sisto (78), Kasper Dolberg (77), Viktor Fischer (74), Nicklas Bendtner (74), Yussuf Poulsen (74), Rasmus Falk Jensen (73), Lasse Vibe (71), Marcus Ingvartsen (71), Nicolaj Thomsen (69)Mohamed Salah FIFA 18 World Cup ratingEgyptOverall rating: 76Best player: Mohamed Salah (88)Goalkeepers: Essam El Hadary (75), Sherif Ekramy (71)Defenders: Ahmed Hegazy (78), Ramy Rabia (75), Mohamed Abdul Shafy (74), Ahmed Fathi (74), Ali Gabr (74), Ahmed Elmohamady (74), Samir Saad (72), Omar Gaber (71), Karim Hafez (69), Sabry Raheel (68), Islam Gamal (66)Midfielders: Mohamed Salah (88), Mohamed Elneny (80), Mahmoud Hassan (76), Mahmoud Abdel Moneim (76), Ramadan Sobhi (76), Tarek Hamed (75), Abdallah El-Said (74), Saleh Gomaa (74), Moamen Zakaria (70), Shikabala (70), Hossam Ghaly (69), Sam Morsy (69), Ibrahim Salah (68), Hossam Ashour (68), Ayman Ashraf (68), Mostafa Fathi (67)Forwards: Ahmed Hassan (77), Amr Gamal (70)EnglandOverall rating: 81Best player: Harry Kane (87)Goalkeepers: Jack Butland (81), Jordan Pickford (79), Joe Hart (79), Tom Heaton (79)Defenders: Kyle Walker (83), Danny Rose (82), Gary Cahill (81), Chris Smalling (81), Phil Jones (81), John Stones (80), Nathaniel Clyne (80), Kieran Trippier (80), Ryan Bertrand (80), Phil Jagielka (79), Michael Keane (79), Harry Maguire (78), Kieran Gibbs (77), Luke Shaw (77)Midfielders: Raheem Sterling (84), Dele Alli (83), Adam Lallana (81), Jack Wilshere (81), Eric Dier (80), Jesse Lingard (80), Jordan Henderson (80), Ross Barkley (80), Danny Drinkwater (79), James Ward-Prowse (78), Theo Walcott (78), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (78), Andros Townsend (76), Jake Livermore (74)Forwards: Harry Kane (87), Jamie Vardy (81), Daniel Sturridge (81), Marcus Rashford (81), Jermain Defoe (80), Michail Antonio (79), Danny Welbeck (79)FranceOverall rating: 85Best player: Antoine Griezmann (89)Goalkeepers: Hugo Lloris (87), Steve Mandana (84), Alphonse Areola (80), Benoit Costil (80)Defenders: Raphael Varane (85), Samuel Umtiti (85), Laurent Koscielny (85), Presnel Kimpembe (82), Aymeric Laporte (82), Adil Rami (82), Djibril Sidibe (80), Benjamin Mendy (80), Layvin Kurzawa (79), Kurt Zouma (79), Lucas Digne (79), Christophe Jallet (78), Sebastien Corchia (78), Jordan Amavi (77)Midfielders: N’Golo Kante (88), Paul Pogba (86), Blaise Matuidi (85), Thomas Lemar (84), Dimitri Payet (84), Nabil Fekir (83), Corentin Tolisso (83), Anthony Martial (83), Ousmane Dembele (83), Kingsley Coman (82), Adrien Rabiot (82), Florian Thauvin (82), Geoffrey Kondogbia (80), Tiemoue Bakayoko (80), Moussa Sissoko (79), Yohan Cabaye (78)Forwards: Antoine Griezmann (89), Kylian Mbappe (85), Olivier Giroud (84), Alexandre Lacazette (83), Andre-Pierre Gignac (81), Kevin Gameiro (81)GermanyOverall rating: 86Best player: Manuel Neuer (91)Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer (91), Marc-Andre ter Stegen (87), Bernd Leno (84), Kevin Trapp (82)Defenders: Mats Hummels (90), Jerome Boateng (87), Joshua Kimmich (85), Niklas Sule (84), Antonio Rudiger (83), Shkodran Mustafi (82), Benedikt Howedes (82), Jonathan Tah (81), Jonas Hector (81), Matthias Ginter (80), Marvin Plattenhardt (78), Benjamin Henrichs (75)Midfielders: Toni Kroos (90), Mesut Ozil (88), Thomas Muller (86), Sami Khedira (85), Julian Draxler (84), Ilkay Gundogan (84), Leon Goretzka (84), Mario Gotze (83), Leroy Sane (83), Emre Can (82), Julian Brandt (81), Sebastian Rudy (81), Julian Weigl (80), Serge Gnabry (80), Kerem Demirbay (80), Karim Bellarabi (80), Andre Schurrle (79), Amin Younes (78), Max Meyer (78)Forwards: Timo Werner (85), Lars Stindl (82), Mario Gomez (81), Sandro Wagner (80), Kevin Volland (79)Manuel Neuer FIFA 18 World Cup ratingIcelandOverall rating: 76Best player: Gylfi Sigurdsson (85)Goalkeepers: Hannes Thor Halldorsson (74), Ingvar Jonsson (67), Ogmundur Kristinsson (66), Runar Runarsson (66)Defenders: Ragnar Sigurdsson (77), Kari Arnason (75), Sverrir Ingi Ingason (74), Hordur Magnusson (74), Birkir Mar Saevarsson (74), Ari Skulason (73), Holmar Orn Eyjolfsson (69), Hjortur Hermannsson (68), Jon Gudni Fjoluson (68), Haukur Heidar Hauksson (65), Vidar Ari Jonsson (64)Midfielders: Gylfi Sigurdsson (85), Johann Berg Gudmundsson (79), Aron Gunnarsson (78), Emil Hallfredsson (76), Birkir Bjarnason (76), Olafur Ingi Skulason (71), Rurik Gislason (71), Arnor Ingvi Traustason (71), Runar Mar Sigurjonsson (68), Aron Sigurdarson (67), Arnor Smarason (67), Eimar Bjarnason (67),  Aron Elis ThrandarsonForwards: Alfred Finbogason (80), Bjorn Bergmann Sigurdarson (74), Jon Dadi Bodvarsson (74), Vidar Orn Kjartansson (73), Kjartan Finnbogason (66), Ottar Magnus Karlsson (65), Elias Mar Ormarsson (64)IranOverall rating: 74Best player: Sardar Azmoun (79)Goalkeepers: Alireza Beiranvand (75), Alireza Haghighi (73)Defenders: Milad Mohammadi (75), Montazeri (74), Ramin Rezaeian (73), Jalal Hosseini (72), Ezzatollah Pourghaz (72), Vorya Ghafouri (68), Hossain Mahini (60)Midfielders: Alireza Jahanbakhsh (77), Dejagah (75), Taremi (74), Saeid Ezatolahi (73), Andranik Teymourian (72), Ehsan Haji Safi (72), Masoud Shojaei (71), Morteza Pouraliganji (71), Mehdi Torabi (69), Ali Karimi (65), Omid Ebrahimi (61), Roozbeh Cheshmi (60)Forwards: Sardar Azmoun (79), Karim Ansarifard (74), Reza Ghoochannejhad (73), Kaveh Rezaei (73)JapanOverall rating: 75Best player: Shinji Kagawa (82)Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (72), Masaaki Higashiguchi (72), Shusaku Nishikawa (70), Kosuke Nakamura (69)Defenders: Hiroki Sakai (76), Maya Yoshida (75), Gotoku Sakai (74), Gen Shoji (73), Yuto Nagatomo (72), Masato Morishige (72), Tsukasa Shiotani (72), Naomichi Ueda (70), Tomoaki Makino (69), Wataru Endo (69) Midfielders: Shinji Kagawa (82), Keisuke Honda (78), Takashi Inui (78), Makoto Hasebe (77), Gaku Shibasake (75), Hiroshi Kiyotake (75), Yu Kobayashi (75), Genki Haraguchi (74), Takashi Usami (73), Takumi Minamino (73), Yuki Kobayashi (72), Manabu Saito (72), Yosuke Kashiwagi (71), Takuma Asano (71), Hotaru Yamaguchi (70), Yosuke Ideguchi (70), Shu Kurata (69), Ryota Oshima (69), Yasuyuki Konno (67)Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (77), Yoshinori Muto (76), Yuya Osako (75), Yuya Kubo (74), Mu Kanazaki (72), Kenyu Sugimoto (72), Mike Havenaar (69) Korea RepublicOverall rating: 73Best player: Heung Min Son (83)Goalkeepers: Dong Joon Kim (71), Seung Gyu Kim (71), Hyun Woo Cho (69), Jin Hyeon Kim (68)Defenders: Jin Su Kim (72), Min Jae Kim (72), Young Sun Yun (71), Young Gwon Kim (71), Chul Soon Choi (68), Hyeon Soo Jang (67), Yong Lee (66), Jong Ho Hong (65)Midfielders: Heung Min Son (83), Sung Yueng Ki (76), Ja Cheol Koo (76), Jae Sung Lee (76), Min Woo Kim (73), Chan Hoon Kwon (71), Yo Han Go (68), Kook Young Han (66), Woo Young Jung (63) Forwards: Ki Hun Yeom (73), Shin Wook Kim (71), Dong Won Ji (71), Seung Dae Kim (71), Keun Ho Lee (69), Dong Gook Lee (69), Hee Chan Wang (68) Hirving Lozano FIFA 18 World Cup ratingMexicoOverall rating: 79Best players: Carlos Vela, Andres Guardado, Hirving Lozano, Javier Hernandez, Jesus Corona (81)Goalkeepers: Guillermo Ochoa (79), Jose de Jesus Corona (77), Alfredo Talavera (77), Alejandro Palacios (74), Rodolfo Cota (74), Moises Munoz (73)Defenders: Hector Moreno (80), Miguel Layun (78), Diego Reyes (77), Carlos Saicedo (77), Paul Aguilar (76), Nestor Araujo (76), Hugo Ayala (76), Cesar Montes (74), Jair Pereira (73), Edson Alvarez (73), Luis Fuentes (73), Luis Reyes (73), Oswaldo Alanis (71)Midfielders: Andres Guardado (81), Jonathan dos Santos (80), Hector Herrera (80), Giovani dos Santos (79), Rodolfo Pizarro (78), Marco Fabian (78), Jose Juan Vazquez (76), Erick Gutierrez (76), Jesus Duenas (75), Orbelin Pineda (75), Jesus Molina (73), Luis Montes (69)Forwards: Carlos Vela (81), Hirving Lozano (81), Javier Hernandez (81), Jesus Corona (81), Raul Jiminez (79), Elias Hernandez (77), Oribe Peralta (76), Javier Aquino (76), Jurgen Damm (74), Jesus Gallardo (72)MoroccoOverall rating: 76Best player: Medhi Benatia (85)Goalkeepers: Munir Mohand Mohamedi (72), Yassine Bounou (70)Defenders: Medhi Benatia (85), Romain Saiss (78), Zouhair Feddal (76), Nabil Dirar (74), Achraf Hakimi (73), Manue da Costa (72), Fouad Chafik (72), Achraf Lazaar (72), Jawad El Jamiq (70), Hamza Mendyi (64)Midfielders: Hakim Ziyech (81), Karim El Ahmadi (80), Younes Belhanda (80), Nordin Amrabat (78), Mbark Boussoufa (77), Sofiane Boufal (76), Faycal Fajr (75), Amine Harit (75), Sofyan Amrabat (74), Mehdi Carcela-Gonzalez (74), Youssef Ait Benasser (74), Abdelaziz Barrada (74), Omar El Kaddouri (74), Oussama Tannane (73), Adnane Tighadouini (70), Issam El Adoua (69)Forwards: Khalid Boutaib (74), Yacine Bammou (72), Aziz Bouhaddouz (72), Youssef El Arabi (72), Rashid Alioui (70), Youssef En-Nesyri (70)NigeriaOverall rating: 74Best player: Victor Moses (80)Goalkeepers: Carl Ikeme (70), Francis Uzoho (68), Ikechukwu Ezenwa (68), Daniel Akpeyi (65), Dele Alampasu (63)Defenders: Leon Balogun (74), William Troost-Ekong (74), Kenneth Omeruo (72), Shehu Abdullahi (72), Chidozie Awaziem (72), Elderson Echiejile (71), Tyronne Ebuehi (69), Efe Ambrose (69), Godfrey Oboabona (68), Kingsley Madu (65), Musa Muhammed (65)Midfielders: Victor Moses (80), Wilfred Ndidi (79), John Obi Mikel (77), Alex Iwobi (76), Henry Onyekuru (74), Ahmed Musa (74), Moses Simon (74), Ogenyi Onazi (74), Peter Etebo (73), Uche Agbo (72), John Ogu (72)Forwards: Odion Ighalo (76), Kelechi Iheanacho (75), Brown Ideye (72), Olarenwaju Kayode (72)PanamaOverall rating: 69Best players: Roman Torres, Anibal Godoy (73)Goalkeepers: Jaime Penedo (68), Alex Rodriguez (62), Jose de Jesus Calderon (62)Defenders: Roman Torres (73), Adolfo Machado (72), Felipe Baloy (69), Michael Murillo (68), Jan Carlos Vargas (67), Harold Cummings (66), Roberto Chen (66), Fidel Escobar (66), Luis Carlos Ovalle (65), Luis Henriquez (64), Roderick Miller (64), Eric Davies (63)Midfielders: Anibal Godoy (73), Gabriel Gomez (72), Alberto Quintero (70), Armando Cooper (68), Edgar Barcenas (68), Ricardo Buitrago (67), Valentin Pimentel (67), Ismael Diaz (66), Jose Gonzalez (64), Tony Taylor (63), Miguel Camargo (63), Josiel Nunez (63), Manuel Vargas (62), Jean Carlos Cedeno (61)Forwards: Gabriel Torres (69), Blas Perez (68), Luis Tejada (67), Abdiel Arroyo (66), Roberto Nurse (64), Rolando Blackburn (63)Robert Lewandowski FIFA 18 World Cup ratingPeruOverall rating: 76Best player: Jefferson Farfan (80)Goalkeepers: Pedro Gallese (76), Carlos Caceda (74), Jose Carvallo (68), Diego Penny (66)Defenders: Luis Advincula (76), Juan Manuel Vargas (75), Alberto Rodriguez (75), Carlos Zambrano (75), Christian Ramos (74), Aldo Corzo (74), Miguel Trauco (74), Miguel Araujo (69), Renzo Revoredo (68), Jair Cespedes (68), Luis Abram (66), Nilson Loyola (65)Midfielders: Andre Carillo (79), Christian Cueva (78), Renato Tapia (77), Paolo Hurtado (75), Yoshimar Yotun (75), Edison Flores (75), Carlos Lobaton (72), Andy Polo (72), Carlos Ascues (72), Yordy Reyna (71), Pedro Aquino (70), Cristian Benavente (69), Josepmir Ballon (68), Joel Sanchez (66), Sergio Pena (65), Cesar Ortiz (61)Forwards: Jefferson Farfan (80), Claudio Pizarro (76), Raul Ruidiaz (76), Irven Avila (69), Luis Humberto Da Silva Silva (64)PolandOverall rating: 80Best player: Robert Lewandowski (92)Goalkeepers: Wojciech Szczesny (83), Lukasz Fabianski (82), Lukasz Skorupski (77), Przemyslaw Tyton (72)Defenders: Kamil Glik (86), Lukasz Piszczek (84), Michal Pazdan (76), Artur Jedrzejczyk (74), Marcin Kaminski (73), Bartosz Bereszynski (73), Igor Lewczuk (73), Maciej Rybus (73), Tomasz Kedziora (72), Thiago Rangel Cionek (71), Bartosz Salamon (70), Pawel Dawidowicz (68), Jan Bednarek (68)Midfielders: Piotr Zielinski (82), Grzegorz Krychowiak (80), Karol Linetty (78), Jakub Blaszczykowski (77), Kamil Grosicki (76), Krzysztof Maczynski (75), Jacek Goralski (73), Jaciej Makuszewski (72), Pawel Wszolek (72), Bartosz Kapustka (72), Tomasz Jodlowiec (71), Slawomir Peszko (70), Filip Starzynski (69)Forwards: Roberto Lewandowski (92), Arkadiusz Milik (80), Lukasz Teodorczyk (78), Mariusz Stepinski (70)PortugalOverall rating: 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