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FIFA 23 Rulebreakers: The Biggest Changes To Players

FIFA 23 Rulebreakers: The Biggest Changes To Players
By Nathan Molloy Updated
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FIFA 23 have recently released the second team of Rulebreakers for the game.

FIFA 23 Rulebreaker cards mix up a player's stats slightly so that they are different to their real-life counterparts. For example, Emile Smith Rowe, a central attacking midfielder for Arsenal had a pace of 78, dribbling 81 and his defending was rated 32 before the rulebreaker card.

After the release, the young English midfielder pace improved drastically to 88, his dribbling got upgraded slightly to 86 and his defending worsened to 28.

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These cards can help put new players into your Ultimate Team that you wouldn't have with their previous skill set.

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FIFA have changed 11 other players statistics to differ from their actual selves and here's a guide to all of them.

Kai Havertz - Chelsea

The German international's biggest change is his physicality. Before it was rated at 69 but it is now 84. His dribbling, pace, shooting have all improved slightly.

Thiago Alcantara - Liverpool

Possibly the most important midfielder for Jurgen Klopp's side, the Spaniard has seen his pace improve massively from 61 to 85. His physicality has slightly decreased from 73 to 69.

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Sergio Ramos - Paris Saint Germain

One of the most successful defenders still playing, Ramos's pace and physicality have improved. His pace is now 80 instead of 61 and his physicality is rated at 84 rather than 77.

Franck Ribery - Retired

Shortly after announcing his retirement from football, the former Bayern Munich winger's pace and shooting have improved from 68 and 72 to 90 and 88 respectively.

Dmitri Payet - Marseille

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The current Marseille forward is now faster and stronger as his pace has improved to 87 from 70 and physicality to 78 from 65.

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Moussa Sissoko - FC Nantes

The former Tottenham player biggest improvement is his pace from 78 to 88 with all his other stats changing slightly.

Ivan Toney - Brentford

Brentford's main striker has scored 8 goals so far in the Premier League. His passing has drastically improved by 17 to 80.

Lacroix - Wolfsburg

The 22-year-old French centreback biggest change is his passing ability. It has improved from 55 to 70. It would certainly help your team get out of tricky situations in the box.

Meunier - Borussia Dortmund

Dortmund's right back is faster thanks to the rulebreaker. His pace has increased from 73 to 87. His new found speed will make setting up attacks a lot easier from the back.

Ezequiel Ávila - Osasuna

The La Liga team's current forward, Avila's pace has improved from 80 to 88. That extra speed will be helpful in beating defenders to the ball.

Pervis Estupiñán - Brighton & Hove Albion

The left back's defending has improved thanks to the rulebreaker. Beforehand, it was rated as 75 but it is now 88 which should make stopping your opponent's attacks easier.

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