Lionel Messi has recently been dubbed the Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 dribbling king on Twitter with a dribbling rating of 95, while his La Liga rival Cristiano Ronaldo has a much lower dribbling rating of 90 despite boasting the best overall rating in the game.
Players ratings and stats have already been a topic of fierce discussion.
And the gaming giants have caused a fresh stir following the unveiling of the best dribblers in the latest installment of the popular franchise.
In addition, Ronaldo became the most-capped outfield player in the competition, making his 136 appearance - one more than Los Blancos legend Raul.
Only former Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who now plays for Porto has featured in more games than the 2017 UEFA European Player of the Year.
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Ronaldo's fall from grace has been met with divisiveness from fans on social media, with the majority of whom claiming the Portugal worldwide is an even worse dribbler than what's he's been rated, implying that EA have been generous on the 32-year-old. While he obtained the same overall rating of 92 as Messi, Neymar was a tad behind the FC Barcelona baller in several aspects such as shooting, dribbling, and passing.
In his "FIFA 18" statistics, Ronaldo was very much in the lead in the shooting department with a score of 93. No, we're not talking about Karim Benzema.
As a tip for "FIFA 18" players, EA Sports said: "Combined with 89 Pace and 90 Shooting, Messi may usually start on the wing but he always finds a way to get in front of goal-where he rarely misses". Is Messi deserving of the No.1 spot? Have your say in the comments section below.