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FIFA 23 Who is the best dribbler?

Updated: Sep 29, 2022 3:12 pm
FIFA 23 Who is the best dribbler?

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Now we have been able to go hands-on with the game, since its early access release on the 27th of September, we can see who has the best dribbling in FIFA 23. Like always, if you have a player with good dribbling, you have a decent chance of getting round most defences, especially if they’re quick too. 

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If the top dribbler also has five star skill moves too, then you could have a nearly unplayable player on your hands.

Sadly, a lot of the players on the list below are going to be incredibly expensive during the early weeks of Ultimate Team, but once you get one you could be set for a while. 

The Best Dribblers in FIFA 23

Here below are the best dribblers in FIFA 23: 

Name CountryClubOverallDribbling
Lionel MessiArgentinaPSG9194
Neymar Jr.BrazilPSG8993
Kylian MbappeFrancePSG9192
Bernardo SilvaPortugalManchester City8892
Marco VerratiItalyPSG8791
Mohamed SalahEgyptLiverpool9090
Vinícius JúniorBrazilReal Madrid8690
Riyad MahrezAlgeriaManchester City8690
Paulo DybalaArgentinaRoma8690

It will come as no surprise really that the top three players are the PSG front three, whilst Messi remains the best dribbler in the game. However, Mbappé and Neymar will be the most desirable players on the list because they’re so much faster than their teammate Messi. 

The rest of the list is made up of some of the usual suspects like Verrati and Thiago, who despite their good dribbling will never be too fashionable in Ultimate Team.

Newcomer to the list is Vinícius Júnior who is already incredibly expensive and is likely to remain that way for a long time.

FIFA 23: How to Dribble?

In FIFA there are a few different ways of making sure your dribbling is tight. If you’re sprinting your players is going to make much bigger touches, but will move a lot quicker with the ball. Where as if you do not hold sprint, then you will take smaller touches.

If you also hold L1/LB on the controller as you dribble, it will make it even tighter, it will also change your skill moves when you perform them.

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