Norwich City’s FIFA 19 player ratings revealed - who fares best?

Tim Krul is Norwich City's highest rated player on FIFA 19. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Tim Krul is Norwich City's highest rated player on FIFA 19. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Tim Krul is Norwich City's best player.

That's according to the latest rating on the FIFA computer game series.

A demo for the latest instalment, FIFA 19, was released on Thursday and we can reveal the Norwich City ratings.

The Dutch international, who joined on a free transfer this summer, tops the list with a rating of 75 with Timm Klose on 74 and City's outcast striker Nelson Oliveira the third highest rated with a score of 73.

Of the signings this summer Moritz Leitner has a rating of 72 with Emi Buendia a point further back on 71 alongside Kenny McLean, who arrived from Aberdeen during the close season.

MORE: Louis Thompson fitness boostPerhaps the most surprising is that City's highly-rated youngster Jamal Lewis, who broke into the first team last season, and is being keenly watched by Premier League clubs, only has a rating of 66, the same as Ben Godfrey and Carlton Morris. Matt Jarvis, who hasn't played for the first team since May 2016, has a rating of 67.

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Norwich's lowest rated player is Max Aarons, who made his full City debut in the East Anglian derby earlier this month, with a score of 58.

City's fastest rated player is Onel Hernandez with a pace score of 87 and an overall score of 70.

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75 – Tim Krul

74 – Timm Klose

73 – Nelson Oliveira

72 – Tom Trybull, Moritz Leitner, Grant Hanley

71 – Emi Buendia, Mario Vrancic, Kenny McLean, Ivo Pinto, Christoph Zimmermann, Ben Marshall, Teemu Pukki, Alex Tettey.

70 – Onel Hernandez, Jordan Rhodes, Russell Martin

69 – Felix Passlack, Marco Stiepermann

68 – Michael McGovern

67 – Matt Jarvis

66 – Ben Godfrey, Carlton Morris, Jamal Lewis, Denis Srbeny

65 – Louis Thompson

63 – Todd Cantwell

60 – Aston Oxborough

58 – Max Aarons

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