EA Sports made official last Thursday the averages of the 100 best FIFA 21 players. It is surprising that none of the top-10 is from Real Madrid, although it has several players with very high averages.
Sergio Ramos has risen as the best Real Madrid footballer in FIFA 21 along with Courtois and Casemiro. Our captain has an average of 89 maintaining his average compared to last year and is the second best center-back in the game behind Van Dijk.
In the usual backline of Real Madrid is Raphael Varane as the eighth best central defender in the game and 86 on average, Dani Carvajal also with 86 being the second best right back and on the left Ferland Mendy and Marcelo both with 83 on average.
In goal is Courtois with an average of 89 being the fourth best goalkeeper in FIFA 21. It is surprising that in front of him are Oblak with an average of 91 and Ter Steguen, when Zamora was won by the Belgian.
The usual midfield formed by Casemiro, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric once again dominate at FIFA. EA Sports has assigned them 89, 88 and 87 on average respectively, being the best midfield in LaLiga Santander.
Karim Benzema has also had an improvement compared to last year, reaching 89 points of evaluation. Hazard was the big loser with a drop of three points down to 88.
The rest of Real Madrid’s cards have also suffered great variations, such as the young players like Rodrygo and Valverde who have improved considerably. The big unknown is Gareth Bale who talks about the biggest drop in average in the history of the game.