Most football players in the world are usually eager to know their ratings on FIFA because it is a detailed report of how they have been performing on the field of play. Gamers are also usually eager to know which players have the best ratings so that they can know how to use them for their FIFA Ultimate Teams.
The ratings for FIFA 22 are out and some Nigerian footballers who have been performing impressively stood out for excellence, including a 23-year-old striker.
Chidera Ejike plays for CSKA Moscow in Russia, he's been there since 2020, the same year he made his Super Eagles debut. He is currently among the fastest players in the world according to FIFA 22 rating because he got 94 points for his pace.
Mbappé is the fastest in the world with 97 points, Adama Traore and Alphonso Davies are second with 96 points. Daniel James, Vinicius Junior, Achraf Hakimi, and Nkoudou are third with 95 points while Ejuke is among the list of players with 94 points.
Ronaldo's pace is 87, Messi is 85 but Ejuke is 94. With consistent hard work, Ejuke can achieve many things in football.
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