FIFA 20: FUT Icons ratings revealed, including Zidane, Guardiola, Essien, Wright and more
EA Sports announces FIFA 20 ratings of the new FIFA Ultimate Team Mode icons. Among other things, you will experience the power of Zidane, Pirlo, Guardiola and other icons. We show you the new ratings and give you some background information about the individual stars.
EA Sports has also released a new trailer to celebrate the announcement, highlighting the French midfielder:
Ratings of the 14 new icons in FUT 20
The icons in FIFA Ultimate Team always have different versions. This is also the case in the newly introduced icons. They are intended to show and illustrate different phases in the career of a former professional.
Unfortunately, Zidane remains in the head of many people due to the head butt in the 2006 World Cup finals. At that time he rammed his head into the chest of the Italian Marco Materazzi. Nonetheless, the Frenchman is considered one of the best midfielders ever to play. Often lovingly called Zizou, he was voted World Player of the Year three times in his career.
He also became World and European champion with the French national team. He also won with Juventus, which will be called FIFA 20 Piemonte Calcio, two Italian championships. In addition, he could once win the Spanish championship as well as the UEFA Champions League with Real Madrid. Since his retirement he started a successful coaching career. As a coach, he has already won the UEFA Champions League three times with Real Madrid and was the first and only coach to do so three times in a row. He also won during his tenure a Spanish championship and other titles.
A legend, not just in Italian football. An embodiment of elegance on and off the pitch. Six Italian Championships, two with AC Milan and four with Juventus. In addition, each an Italian Cup victory with the two clubs and world champion in 2006, in the World Cup which took place in Germany. In this game Pirlo was also voted “Man of the Match”. At the end of his career, he still played in the US, before he hung his shoe on the nail.
Before Pep became a coach star, he was also active as an active player in the professional field. As a former youth player from FC Barcelona?? he embodies the “La Masia” philosophy of the youth academy of the club. At the age of 20, a rarity at that time, he started in the professional team of the Catalans and played eleven years for them. He was an integral part of the so-called “Dream Team”, which in 1992 brought the then European Cup of Champions (the then Champions League) and the Spanish Championship. As a player, he won 16 trophies with FC Barcelona.
A celebrity in defense, sometimes used in midfield: Gianluca Zambrotta. He also won the 2006 World Cup with the Italian national team and was central to the fact that the team conceded only two goals on their way to the title. He was also elected to the All-Star team of the 2006 World Cup. In addition to his world title, he also celebrated several Italian championships.
His nickname “The Bison” came from his playing style. He started his career in France and won there with Olympique Lyon two championship titles. In 2005 he became the then record transfer for Chelsea, with a converted transfer fee of approximately 38 million euros. With more than nine years at Stamford Bridge, he has won two English league titles, three FA Cups and once the UEFA Champions League.
Drogba made the breakthrough with Marseille in 2003/04. He scored 32 goals in 55 games and was voted Ligue 1 Player of the Year. Then moved to Chelsea, with whom he celebrated four Premiere League titles, four FA Cups and three League Cups. He also converted the decisive penalty in the UEFA Champions League final in 2012. This was the first Champions League success for the Blues.
A legend for Crystal Palace and Arsenal London. His professional career began at only 22 at Crystal Palace, but that did not stop him from showing his cold-bloodedness in front of the goal. In his debut season for the “Gunners” in London, he scored 29 goals and won the Golden Boot (top scorer). He also won with Arsenal London once the English championship as well as an FA Cup. He is currently with 128 goals the second most successful arsenal scorer of all time (behind Thierry Henry).
The Welshman scored 30 goals in his second season for Liverpool and since then it has become more and more. In 1984 he won the Golden Boot (top scorer) and won five English championships, three FA Cups, twice the Cup of Champions (the then Champions League) and other titles.
Although the Dutchman was actually a defender, he scored more goals than other midfield players. He began his career in 1980 at FC Groningen, where he met 33 times, then he played at Ajax Amsterdam and met there 23 times. In his last Dutch station he was with PSV Eindhoven. He also met there 51 times. As a player, he won four Dutch championships, three Dutch Cup wins, a Spanish Cup success, four Spanish championships and 1988 European Championship.
During his studies in dentistry, he won his first master title in Mexico shortly before his 19th birthday in 1977. After five seasons in Mexico Sanchez spent four years at Atletico Madrid, before moving to rivals Real Madrid. Overall, the Mexican striker scored over 200 goals, five consecutive LaLiga titles, three national cups and a UEFA Cup victory.
Sir Kenneth Mathieson “Kenny” Dalglish was part of the Liverpool squad that enjoyed an amazing domination both domestically and in Europe. He is considered one of the best players in Liverpool history as well as Celtic Glasgow. In Glasgow, he was able to celebrate six championships, five Scottish Cup victories and three league cup victories. In his 13 years with the Reds in Liverpool, King Kenny won five English championships, four League Cup wins and three European Champions Cups.
John Barnes was incredibly fast, tricky and played a key role in a Watford team that finished second in the league and runner-up in the FA Cup before moving to Liverpool. Barnes terrorized defenders throughout his time in Anfield, helping his side win two league titles and two FA Cups .
Carlos Alberto Torres
One of the first defenders to be blessed with very good technique and ball handling. Still a rarity in the 60s. Known under the nickname “O Capitão do Tri” won the 1970 with the Brazilian national team, the World Cup. In the final he met the fourth and final goal, which is considered in the history of the World Cup as one of the best goals.
After making a name for his flair and his incredible dribbling actions, he resisted numerous attempts by major European clubs to sign him up. He stayed with Botafogo for 13 years, playing a starring role for the Brazilian national team that won two consecutive FIFA World Cups (1958 and 1962). As unbelievable as it sounds, but Brazil has never lost a game when Garrincha and Pele were in the lineup. In addition to Pele Garrincha is considered one of the best footballers in Brazilian history.