FIFA 20 ratings: Celtic ratings revealed – Who tops the list? Which player increases by 4? | Football | Sport
The FIFA 20 demo is out now and Celtic’s player ratings have been revealed.
Winger James Forrest has the highest rating in the Scottish Premiership with an 77 overall rating.
The 28-year-old will no doubt be a Hoops favourite after game developer EA Sports have given the Scotland international a 93 pace stat.
There are only nine gold card players from the Scottish Premiership in FIFA 20 and Celtic have five of theirs, while rivals Rangers have been given four.
Along with Forrest, Celtic have Callum McGregor, Tom Rogic, Scott Brown, Ryan Christie as their other gold players.
McGregor saw his rating improve by one point from last season and the central defensive midfielder now has a 76 rating, which puts him in overall joint second place in the league, along with Rangers’ Jermain Defoe.
Australian attacking midfielder Tom Rogic remains on 75, while Ryan Christie has seen a big jump in his overall rating.
The 24-year-old, who joined the Parkhead club from Inverness Caledonian Thistle in 2015, has seen his rating improve by four points to 75 for this season.
Christie scored the only goal of the game in the Scottish League Cup final to help Celtic on their way to winning the domestic treble last season and began this season with a hat-trick against St Johnstone in the first game of Hoops league campaign.
However, Celtic captain Scott Brown saw his overall rating drop by two points from last season.
The 34-year-old defensive midfielder now has a 75 overall rating and has seen all six of his individual ratings drop, with a big five-point drop in passing and a four-point drop in pace and shooting from last season.
Here is the full Cetlic squad.
Fraser Forster (73) Craig Gordon (72), Scott Bain (71)
Kris Ajer (74), Christopher Jullien (73), Boli Bolingoli (72), Moritz Bauer (72) Jozo Simunovic (71), Greg Taylor (71), Hatem Abd Elhamed (70), Jack Hendry (66).
Callum McGregor (76), Tom Rogic (75), Scott Brown (75), Olivier Ntcham (73), Nir Bitton (70), Daniel Arzani (69) Eboue Kouassi (68), Luca Connell (62)
James Forrest (77), Mohamed Elyounoussi (76) Scott Sinclair (74), Jonny Hayes (70), Mikey Johnston (68), Odsonne Edouard (74), Leigh Griffiths (74), Marian Shved (68)