Federation Internationale de Football Association 19's player ratings top 10

Federation Internationale de Football Association 19's player ratings top 10

Die-hard followers of the latest version of Federation Internationale de Football Association game have finally be spared the agony of waiting as the list was released Wednesday with Cristiano Ronaldo leading the pack.

He finds himself ranked as the game's 18th best player with a rating of 89, while fellow World Cup victor N'Golo Kante also has a score of 89.

Manchester United fans will remember the holy trinity of strike forces they once had with Carlos Tevez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney. Let's have a look. The regular release of player rating cards in batches, while being the highlight of this past week or so, has been accompanied quite well with simply brilliant promotional content.

Luis Suarez, who was fourth last season, drops down to eighth, while David De Gea is the top-rated keeper - the Manchester United shot-stopper rated ninth overall.

Nothing to see here really.

Juventus star, Paulo Dybala has expressed his happiness over his partnership with Cristiano Ronaldo, the newly signed ex Real Madrid ace.

The Brazilian has been given a slightly higher rating of 93 on PES, but third is where he belongs regardless. The Juventus forward has yet to score for his new club, however, it is only a matter of time before he again justifies his 94 overall rating.

What's interesting, though, is the order they've come in.

"[When I heard Ronaldo was joining] I said to myself: 'After having had the fortune of playing with [Lionel] Messi in the national team, now I have the opportunity to play with Ronaldo at Juve.' It's fantastic".

In that time, there has never been a league season in which either player has scored fewer than 25 goals, with Messi netting a remarkable 73 in 60 matches across all competitions for Barcelona in 2011-12.