Gamers around the world are celebrating today's release of FIFA 19 Champions edition.
And to get ready for the game's full release on September 28, EA Sports have revealed the ratings of some of the best Caltex Socceroos players.
Midfielder Aaron Mooy, who plays for Huddersfield Town in the Premier League, was the highest-ranked Caltex Socceroo with a rating of 79.
While Mooy’s passing was his best attribute with a score of 79, he’s consistent across the board with dribbling (76), physicality (75) and shooting (71) also pretty strong.
Fellow EPL star and goalkeeper Mat Ryan of Brighton & Hove Albion was the next best of the Aussies with an overall rating of 78.
Ryan scored an impressive 84 for his kicking, while diving (78) and handling (74) were amongst his best attributes.
There was a three-way tie for the third best Caltex Socceroo, with Hertha Berlin winger Mathew Leckie, Saudi Arabia-based goalkeeper Brad Jones and Celtic playmaker Tom Rogic both earning a rating of 75.
New teammates at PSV - Trent Sainsbury and Aziz Behich - were among three Caltex Socceroos who earned a rating of 74, along with QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo.
Skipper Mile Jedinak, who plays for Aston Villa in England’s Championship, had a rating of 73, the same as four other Aussies, including German-based winger Robbie Kruse, Genk shot-stopper Danny Vukovic and Nagoya Grampus gloveman Mitch Langerak.
List of leading Caltex Socceroos FIFA 19 player ratings
- Aaron Mooy - 79
- Mat Ryan - 78
- Brad Jones - 75
- Mathew Leckie - 75
- Tom Rogic - 75
- Aziz Behich - 74
- Massimo Luongo - 74
- Trent Sainsbury - 74
- Danny Vukovic - 73
- Mile Jedinak - 73
- Mitch Langerak - 73
- Rhys Williams - 73
- Robbie Kruse - 73
- Adam Federici - 72
- Bailey Wright - 72
- Mark Milligan - 72
- Alex Wilkinson - 71
- Dimitri Petratos - 71
- James Meredith - 71
- Josh Risdon - 71
- James Troisi - 70
- Jamie Maclaren - 70
- Matthew Jurman - 70
- Tomi Juric - 70
- Adam Taggart - 69
- Daniel Arzani - 69
- Andrew Nabbout - 68
To see the full list of ratings for Caltex Socceroos players and Australian national team hopefuls, head to FUTWIZ.
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