​FIFA have revealed their top 100 ranked players in the latest instalment of the game - an annual moment which, without fail, creates controversy, particularly on Twitter. 

Barcelona have as many as ten players featured in the list, including, of course, the highest rated player in the game himself. 

Summer signing Frankie De Jong was given a rating of 85, which some Barcelona fans felt was slightly too low for the talented young Dutchman. 

Defender Samuel Umtiti was 86-rated, widely considered a fair score although one user seemed upset at his seemingly low pace of 69. 

​Ivan Rakitic and Jordi Alba were rated 86 and 87 respectively, although this time they were deemed to be too high. 

It was a similar story with ​Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets and ​Luis Suarez, who were believed to be rated too highly based on their reputation and not performances. 

New recruit Antoine Griezmann was handed an 89 rating, with many disappointed at his 81 pace, which they felt should have been higher for such a dynamic attacker. 

However, there was widespread joy that ​Lionel Messi was ranked as the highest player in the game, and that he was joined in the top 10 by German goalkeeper ​Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.

Although, ​Liverpool fans weren't too pleased that Ter Stegen was rated higher than Alisson.