Although FIFA 20 has been released for about a month, it already creates a lot of debates among gamers. We are already making rosters of the fastest, the strongest, the weakest, the best dribblers, and many more. But everybody knows that the stats of a player from the FIFA series are not always in accordance with reality, which makes some people object.
Now it’s time for Fikayo Tomori to be one of those guys who claims that EA Sports should have been way more careful with his stats. He’s a 21-years-old central defender at Chelsea, and for a CB he is indeed insanely fast. EA Sports only rated him at 83 for the sprint speed, which is considered underrated.
Should Tomori be faster in the game?
Usually, FIFA provides center backs great sprint speed very hard, no matter how fast they really are; therefore, Tomori should be pleased, at least in this sense. But he claims he deserves even better, and he said it in a diplomatic matter while speaking for BBC MOTDx crew:
“I’ve seen my stats […] To be fair, I’m not unhappy with it but when I see people I know I’m quicker than are faster than me on the game, that’s annoying.”
Fikayo Tomori already proved his awesome speed and defensive skills in the Premier League. He made a great match against Liverpool, while keeping Mohammed Salah at respect and with no chance to pose a threat. The Egyptian footballer is currently one of the best and fastest players in the world, a true scoring machine.
Who is the fastest player in FIFA 20?
The Spanish footballer Adama Traore from Wolverhampton is the fastest, with 96 sprint speed and 97 acceleration. He is followed by Kylian Mbappe, and Leroy Sane.
Any football fan knows that players like Eden Hazard, Cristiano Ronaldo, Cuadrado, Mbappe, Aubameyang, Leroy Sane or Mohamed Salah are insanely fast, but there are also plenty of young talented players who can run at same speeds, but they’re not as notorious as the ones from the first list.
Has anybody thought that FIFA’s stats for players shouldn’t necessarily be as in reality?