FIFA 18 World Cup mode ratings: After Brazil and Argentina, Luis Suarez leads the way for the rest of South America
- EA have revealed the top 30 rated South American players for the World Cup
- Brazil and Argentina were excluded as their ratings have already been revealed
- Uruguay dominate the list with Suarez, Cavani and Godin making the top three
EA Sports has revealed the top 30 rated player players from South America for the upcoming World Cup, Ultimate Team mode.
That leaves three more countries: Uruguay, Colombia and Peru. It’s no surprise that the former two dominate the ratings.
EA have revealed the top 30 World Cup players from the rest of South America on FIFA 18
FIFA 18 World Cup ratings: the rest of South America
Suarez – 91
Cavani – 89
Godin – 88
Rodriguez – 87
Falcao – 84
Gimenez – 83
Cuadrado – 82
Bacca – 82
Sanchez – 82
Muslera – 82
Coate – 81
Muriel – 80
J. Murillo – 80
Farfan – 80
Arias – 79
Carrillo – 79
Vecino – 79
Ospina – 78
C. Zapata – 78
Gutierrez – 78
D. Zapata – 78
Chara – 78
Cueva – 78
Laxalt – 78
Campana – 78
Ramirez – 78
Stuani – 78
Lodeiro – 78
O. Murillo – 77
Fabra – 77
Luis Suarez is the highest rated of the all as the Barcelona forward has been given an impressive rating of 91 with 82 pace, 87 dribbling, 88 shooting and 83 physicality.
However, his rating is actually a downgrade as his base card on Ultimate Team is a 92. That’s especially surprising considering he also performs consistently for the national team.
Cavani doesn’t have that concern as EA have bumped him up a rating to 89. His card looks potent with 77 pace, 82 dribbling, 86 shooting and 82 physicality.
Completing the top three is another Uruguayan, Diego Godin who is the highest rated defender at 88. Good luck getting past his defensive stats of 88.
Colombia also have some exciting players with James Rodriguez (87), Falcao (84) and Juan Cuadrado (82).
Cuadrado may have been downgraded from an 83 but his card will undoubtedly be fun to use with 91 pace, 86 dribbling and five-star skill moves
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