As Egyptian players' ratings are revealed several upgrades have

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    In light of the recent release of the full database of player ratings for FIFA 2022, which is set to launch in October, KingFut takes a look at the ratings of some of Egypt's most prominent players.

    On Friday, October 1, FIFA 22 will be released, and it doesn't matter if you're into the game or not; the FUT ratings always pique everyone's interest, regardless of which club or country they support.

    Among those who had a successful season were Mostafa Mohamed, who made his debut for Turkish giants Galatasaray, and Kouka, Ahmed Hegazi, and Sam Morsy, who all set new season-long personal bests in terms of goals and assists.

     

     

    The presence of ten Egyptians in the FIFA 22 Ultimate Team database was noted, and here at KingFut, we have all the information you need to know about how the players were rated by Electronic Arts (EA) in the game.

    The Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah continues to be the top-scoring player in the world for the ninth year in a row following an outstanding season with Liverpool in which he scored 31 goals and won the PFA Fans' Player Of The Year award, as well as being named to the Premier League Team Of The Year.

    However, this hasn't stopped EA from downgrading Mohamed Salah's rating from 90 to 89, as well as giving him a negative three-point downgrade in terms of pace (from 93 to 90); however, his shooting has been improved by one point to 87.

    As the second highest rated Egyptian in the FIFA Ultimate Team with a rating of 77, Arsenal's Mr. Dependable received a one-point boost, maintaining his position as the second most dependable player in the league.

    However, he has remained a common top FIFA player, with his skills and weak foot (3*-3*) remaining unchanged from FIFA 2021, as has his work rate (medium-high). Not only has his overall rating increased, but so has his pace (from 55 to 56), shooting (from 63 to 64), and passing (from 72 to 73).

    Trezeguet should consider himself fortunate to have maintained his rating of 75 despite missing the majority of the previous season due to a variety of injuries. After all, he only scored two goals in 22 games during the previous campaign.

    The Al Ahly academy graduate saw his position change from LW to RM, as well as his pace being downgraded by four points (from 81 to 77). His shooting was also downgraded by one point (from 74 to 73), as was his passing (from 72 to 71).

    On the plus side, his work rate was increased from (high-medium) to (high-high), and for some reason, EA also increased the player's height from 179 cm to 180 cm, which is a significant improvement.

    The towering defender saw a three-point increase in his overall rating (from 72 to 75) as he became a gold player for the first time since FIFA 2020, making him one of the biggest winners in terms of upgrades.

    Even though his pace dropped from 50 to 48, Hegazi's defending increased from 72 to 76, passing improved from 46 to 50, and physical improved from 79 to 82. This is primarily due to the fact that the former West Brom defender earned a TOTS card while playing for Ittihad Jeddah last season.

    In light of his impressive showings in the first few games of the 2021/21 season, it will come as no surprise if the former Ismaily & Al Ahly defender receives at least one special card this season.

    Many FIFA players will rely on the 23-year-old as a lethal target man because of his jumping and strength, which makes him the most physical player in the world (he has four more physicality points than Cristiano Ronaldo).

    Mostafa will be a very useful card at the beginning of the game, thanks to his 4* weak foot and 2* skills, as well as his high-medium work rate.

    Kouka was another player who had a very successful season in the 2020/21 season, scoring a personal best 15 goals for Greek giants Olympiacos as they won the Greek league and cup double.

    This resulted in his rating rising from 71 to 74, just one point short of gold, as every major stat, with the exception of pace, improved, with the most notable improvements being his dribbling, which went from 65 to 71, and his passing, which received a five-plus upgrade.

    It was enough for Hafez to move up four ratings in FIFA 2022 after breaking Yeni Malatyaspor's record for the most assists in a single season and finishing the 2020/21 Turkish Super Lig season as the league's top provider.

    Hafez's FIFA ranking could rise to 76 if he plays in the right chemistry style (shadow or guardian), which is good news for Egypt's FIFA players, as the former Wadi Degla man is the country's only left-back in the competition.

    While Morsy had an excellent season with Middlesbrough, in which he recorded a career-high total of five assists in a single season, his rating remained at 70.

    All of his statistics remained unchanged, with the exception of defending, which decreased by one point. Aside from that, the new Ipswich Town signing maintained his (medium-high) work rate and his (3*-3*) rating.