Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Responds To His FIFA 20 Ratings

Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has responded to his FIFA 20 ratings – urging game creators EA Sports to “explain” a few things.

Gunners striker Aubameyang said he was “ok” with his score of 88 after the ratings for FIFA 20 were released on Monday.

However, the 30-year-old Gabon international didn’t seem impressed with all his ratings, and urged fans to weigh into the debate on Twitter.

Aubameyang has been ranked 25th among the world’s top players for the latest instalment of the hugely popular game, with a whopping 94 for his searing pace making him third fastest on the planet behind PSG’s Kylian Mbappe and Manchester City’s Leroy Sane.

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Aubameyang was rated 80 for dribbling, 75 for passing, 69 for physicality and 37 defence.

The Arsenal  hotshot took to Twitter on Tuesday, posting: “88 Gen !!! I’m ok with that but you guys from EA should explain me something’s that I don’t understand !! what’s your thoughts on my fifa 20 rating card guys?!”

Firmino bagged 16 goals in all competitions for the Reds last season and was a vital part of their prolific front three, whilst Fabinho made a significant impact over the second half of the season in the heart of midfield.

But Firmino was rated just 86, with Fabinho given an 85 rating on the game.

The top 10 rated players on FIFA 20

1) Lionel Messi: 94

2) Cristiano Ronaldo: 93

3) Neymar: 92

4) Eden Hazard: 91

5) Kevin de Bruyne: 91

6) Jan Oblak: 91

7) Virgil van Dijk: 90

8) Mohamed Salah: 90

9) Luka Modric: 90

10) Marc-Andre ter Stegen: 90

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