The Most Overrated FIFA 19 Players

The seasons consist of more and more competitions and, for the teams that play numerous leagues and cups (with their corresponding displacements), there are times when they become too long.

These FIFA 19 players are the main ones and therefore, their performance can vary greatly between September of one year and June of the next.

Who are the most overrated players in FIFA 19?

FIFA, like any other simulation game (whether it’s football or another sport), has to assign a number of characteristics and average performance to the players.

That assignment, for obvious reasons, has to be done a priori, before each of the seasons starts and it has to be based, also for obvious reasons, on the performance offered by each of the players the previous year. Therefore, it will always happen that there will be very high valuations for poor returns. This is life…

David De Gea:

We started by opening the list with a great goalkeeper of Spanish nationality. Nobody doubts the quality of the former player of Atletico de Madrid who currently plays for Manchester United in the Premier League, which is also indisputable is that his last performances with the Spanish National Team were not the best.

His performance at the 2018 World Cup in Russia is remembered as one of his worst stages as a professional. Several errors combined with a bad game of the Spanish combined left the National Team without any option to dispute the title.

So, why does EA decide to give you an average score of 91 points? They would be based on previous returns …

Gonzalo Higuain:

The Argentine forward of 31 years received, for this FIFA 19, an evaluation of 88 points. In his case, this season he has played in two different teams and leagues: AC Milan (Italian Serie A) and Chelsea FC (English Premier League).

His scoring contribution this season has been 14 goals. For a player who is given a value of 87 in the shot, perhaps that statistic may be a little short.

It is clear that EA will look at all these values in the face of FIFA 20 and will take a look at players like Wissam Ben Yedder, the Frenchman from Sevilla has a general average of 81 and 78 shooting. Your figures this season? Nothing more and nothing less than 30 goals scored.

James Rodriguez:

In this season 2018/2019, he has delighted (when he has played) the fans of Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga).

With an enviable left foot, he has a good glove on his foot, James has gone through more grief than glory for the legendary team.

Managers and coaches do not seem very happy with the performance of the Colombian player and it seems that this summer will leave the club to not return. Real Madrid (club to which it belongs) is also unwilling to take over the player’s contract in 19/20 and may end up in Italy.

After a hectic year, and with a performance of 7 goals and 3 assists in 28 appearances, perhaps those 88 points awarded by FIFA at the beginning of the season have been somewhat high.