After reading the headline of this article, it probably is not all that shocking to see that 10 of the best players on the latest FIFA video game play for Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
Indeed, the latest instalment in the hit video game franchise is about to be released and players will be able to start to play as their favourite teams against their friends, family, online and against the computer all across Germany as they look to dominate; just as they can when they play at real money casinos.
Speaking of domination, there is plenty of that in Germany when it comes down to football, with Bayern Munich continuing to do just that throughout history, although VfB Wolfsburg and Borussia Dortmund could have something to say about that this season.
However, this season’s best players – in regards to those that have been identified by FIFA 22 – show that FC Bayern Munich will be dominating this year, as well if the game is anything to go by.
According to the latest ratings, which have been highlighted by talkSPORT, the Bavarian outfit have a total of seven players involved in the starting XI.
The seven players feature many obvious names, with Manuel Neuer taking up the position between the sticks, whilst he is joined by Alphonso Davies in the defence.
A midfield consists fully of their teammates, though, with Kingsley Coman (who recently had to undergo a heart operation), Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka and Thomas Muller, whilst they are then joined by Robert Lewandowski – who happens to be the second-best player in the game; ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and just behind Lionel Messi (maybe that debate may have just been answered?).
So, with seven of the starting XI consisting of Bayern Munich, how many of the remaining four places go to Borussia Dortmund players? All but one of them.
Just as obvious as it would be to have Lewandowski leading the line, it would be impossible not to have BVB’s Erling Haaland also in the side leading the attack. He is doing so well at the minute, he might want to try his luck at the best AU online casino there is available at the moment.
Mats Hummels and Raphael Guerreiro fit in the defence and they are joined by the only player not to represent either Borussia Dortmund or Bayern Munich, but was once playing his football at the Signal Iduna Park Stadion for the Black and Yellow.
Borussia Monchengladbach’s Mathias Ginter is the final name on the list to make the cut, although he might not be in the Bundesliga for too long if reports are to be believed.