After joining Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr, Cristiano Ronaldo’s FIFA 23 rating took a significant hit.
Ronaldo now has a FIFA 23 rating of 88, which represents a sharp decline in the five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s grade.
The representative of Portugal has long been regarded as one of the best players in the FIFA game.
Ronaldo joined the FIFA game in 2003 and was rated 80 in 2004. With a grade of 91, the Portuguese for the first time entered the 90s in 2006.
With a rating of 94, he rose to the top spot in FIFA 17 and held it in FIFA 18 before losing it to Lionel Messi in FIFA 19.
The former Real Madrid and Juventus superstar’s rating started FIFA 23 with a rating of 90, but it has been declining since FIFA 19 as he loses one point yearly.
Ronaldo’s overall rating has suffered as a result of his abrupt departure from Manchester United, his lackluster performances in the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and now his move to Al-Nassr.
As of right now, his man’s FIFA 23 rating is at 88, falling below 90 for the first time since FIFA 11. Since receiving a rating of 87 in 2007, this is his lowest FIFA rating.
The dribbling prowess of the former Manchester United player has decreased to 81 from 84.
Additionally, Ronaldo’s stamina rating has dropped from 74 to 70.