Cristiano Ronaldo’s FIFA Rating Takes a Dip: Is This the End of an Era? – Both in real life and in computer games, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have long dominated football. These two are among the top players of their generation and have received high ratings in all FIFA games over the past ten years. Cristiano Ronaldo’s FIFA 23 rating has decreased from 90 to 88, suggesting that his winning streak may have come to an end.
His overall rating has now slipped to 88 for the first time in more than a decade, according to Eurogamer. In FIFA 11, which was released in 2010, he last received a rating below 90. His individual statistics have also decreased, with his stamina falling to 70 and his dribbling increasing to 80.
Fans will still want to watch Al Nassr despite the ratings drop just because Ronaldo plays there. The Saudi Arabian team’s roster hasn’t been changed yet, though, as he can only be played as Portugal in Kick-Off and is a free agent in Career Mode. In order to put things in perspective, it is important to note that Lionel Messi’s FIFA rating is still 91, which is reasonable in light of his recent world cup victory with Argentina and the fact that he represents PSG in Ligue 1.
FIFA 23 Cristiano Ronaldo New Rating
This may be a direct result of his transfer to Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, where he now holds the record for highest annual salary for a football player at $200 million. His transfer from Man United, a fiercely competitive Premier League squad, to the Saudi Pro League is unquestionably a drop, which will have an impact on his FIFA rating.
It’s also possible that his recent on-stage performances had an impact. After leaving Real Madrid, Ronaldo simply wasn’t the same player. His sole chance of redemption came from winning the World Cup, which didn’t turn out the way he had hoped after a brief but stubborn stay at Juventus and a difficult split with his high school team, Manchester United. Since he is already 37 years old and will likely be older than 40 by the time of the next World Cup, we are unlikely to see him there.