Suarez: Messi’s The Best shortlist snub means nothing

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Ronaldo is the cover star again, this time alongside Neymar.

Both Ronaldo and Messi have been given an overall rating of 94; with the former considered faster, more skillful and more threatening in front of goal than his perennial rival.

Elsewhere, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, Milan forward Gonzalo Higuan and Bayern keeper Manuel Neuer drop out of the top 10.

FIFA 19 is just a matter of days away now and football fans are itching for their first taste of the brand new game.

In FIFA 19 he has been given a rating of 88, which is an improvement from the last edition of the game, in which he was rated 87.

So far, players 100-11 have been made public, with some of the top footballers in the world seeing their names pop up on the list. They both are rated 94 overall in the game.

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He is followed by six players with a rating of 91 - Luka Modric, Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard, Sergio Ramos, Luis Suarez and David De Gea - while 90-rated Toni Kroos props up the top 10.

Manuel Neuer, Robert Lewandowski and Gonzalo Higuain all made the top 10 in the game previous year but are now ranked 12, 11 and 38 respectively.

Paris Saint-Germain's Brazilian superstar Neymar rounds out the top three and will no doubt be popular on the game thanks to his five-star ratings for both weak foot and skill moves.

Despite being just 19, Kylian Mbappe has already accomplished more than most of the world's best players could dream of in their entire careers.

Kevin DeBruyne at number 4 of the best Federation Internationale de Football Association 19 players is somewhat unpredictable but quite acceptable looking at his incredible performance in the past season. The demo, however, will only be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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