30 Sep 2021 2:52 PM +00:00

FIFA 22 Chelsea Ratings: Champions League winners look FORMIDABLE

Since Thomas Tuchel took the helm at Chelsea the team has looked a formidable force.

Three straight wins over Manchester City, including the most important to win the Champions League, got lots of people talking about potential Premier League success this season.

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Check out how EA have rewarded the Blues with their FIFA 22 ratings below.

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N'Golo Kante (OVR 90)

Simply, Chelsea would not have won the Champions League without N'Golo Kante.

The World Cup winner won the Man of the Match award in both legs of the semi-final and then again in the final - showing he is the most destructive midfielder in the world.

Kate has received a rise to a 90 overall, which could have been higher if France had won the Euros.

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Romelu Lukaku (OVR 88)

Beast mode is fully on at Chelsea.

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Romelu Lukaku has returned to Stamford Bridge and is ready to tear up the Premier League once more.

A proven goal scorer in England, Lukaku will strike fear into every defender in the country.

Thiago Silva (OVR 85)

Thiago Silva has given Chelsea a solid platform at the back.

He had some injury troubles last season, but when he is fit expect to see him starting.

Silva deservedly keeps hold of his impressive 85 OVR rating.

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Jorginho (OVR 85)

It was a pretty good season for Jorginho last season.

Not only did he help Chelsea to win the Champions League, but he also won Euro 2020 with Italy and received the UEFA Men's Player of the Year award.

With success at club, national and personal level, he gets a +2 upgrade from his previous rating.

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Timo Werner (OVR 84)

Time Werner is having a bit of a tough time at Chelsea.

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Despite his high work rate, he can't find the back of the net as consistently as he did in the Bundesliga.

He chipped in with 15 assists in all competitions for Chelsea last season, but only managed to get himself six league goals.

Kai Havertz (OVR 84)

What a remarkable season for Kai Havertz.

The German became Chelsea's most expensive ever transfer at £72 million, before contracting Coronavirus and then suffering from Long Covid for a number of weeks.

The 22-year-old turned it around with a fine end of the season - and scored the all-important goal to win the Blues the Champions League over Manchester City.

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Hakim Ziyech (OVR 84)

Hakim Ziyech still seems to be trying to fit into the Chelsea team.

An injury-struck season meant he only completed 90 minutes once last campaign.

He isn't the fastest player, which may not be as essential on FIFA 22 as on previous games, and has great dribbling and passing.

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Mason Mount (OVR 83)

Perhaps the fan favourite at Chelsea at the minute, it's been an astronomic rise for academy graduate Mason Mount.

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The 22-year-old enjoyed a breakthrough season in 19/20 before winning over new manager Thomas Tuchel in a heartbeat last term.

Midfielder Mount is now a regular starter for both club and country - in what could just be the start of a magical career.

Edouard Mendy (OVR 83)

12 months ago, few fans would have heard of Edouard Mendy - and now the Senegal international is one of the top stoppers in the Premier League.

The 29-year-old chalked up 16 Premier League clean sheets last term and conceded just three goals in 12 Champions League games.

A rise in his rating from 79 to 83 OVR is the least he deserves, and it will be interesting to see how much more he can progress.

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Antonio Rudiger (OVR 83)

Antonio Rudiger looks like a changed man under Tuchel's teachings.

In mere months, he has become a force to be reckoned with, a wall at the back.

It will be interesting to see if he keeps improving under Tuchel, as he has all the attributes to be top class.