This year, we will find many new kids like Neymar and Mbappe, players at Paris Saint Germain. We all remember the match against Argentina at the 2018 World Cup! Kylian Mbappe had been flashed more than 37 km / h on the field. Elected since as the fastest player in the world, it is in this name that he was added to the FIFA troupe. Conversely, Aaron Hughes, a North Irish player, has been called the slowest player.
After a series of analyzes and statistics, our world champion received a score of 96 in speed, unlike the British, who received a score of 24. In addition, we learn that Mbappé crosses the field in 11 seconds, running at 22.5 km / h. Hughes meanwhile, crosses in 13 seconds, and runs at 19.7 km / h. Which leaves a gap of 3 km / h, which could probably be seen in real life, but, who does not notice in the game. Also visit our website pointssale.com , to buy Cheap FIFA 19 Coins with fast delivery.
FIFA 19 this player is the only one to be in the game since FIFA 96
This player is present in the game since FIFA 96 and he has just returned for a 33rd professional season.While FIFA 19 has just come out, a player continues to challenge the toughest law in this profession, age. If the career of a professional footballer sees his golden age between 20 and 30 years, some do not stop as easily. For Kazuyoshi Miura, age seems to have no hold. The oldest will remember perhaps, King Miura as it is nicknamed at home was already present in FIFA 96! Certainly we will not find him in the top of the ranking of the game, but the feat remains notable.
Beginning his career in 1986, he was 29 when Electronic Arts decided to integrate it into his simulation. He now succeeds Francesco Totti who had his last appearance in FIFA 17. He now holds the record for the oldest professional football player ahead of Stanley Matthews. Today, the gentleman is still active and has just returned for a 33rd season! He is now playing with FC Yokohama but will have visited more than a dozen clubs around the world!