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Lionel Messi

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 09, 10:56

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Full Name: Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby StannisTheMannis » 2009 Jan 02, 21:05

He should get a B, with a C in PES, you get injured with nearly every fault. That's not Messi.
BTW, to make rabonas is not necessary to have 1 in WFA, is WFF what matters. And with his current WFF I've done some rabonas, all by luck, not intencionally.
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby Dino » 2009 Jan 02, 21:11

Yeah give him B.
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby HitMan » 2009 Jan 02, 21:41

agree to B in injury..
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby manutd » 2009 Jan 03, 05:11

Agree
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby pes_hhc » 2009 Jan 06, 21:15

I'm agree B


Technique: 96 how?
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby Lancaster » 2009 Jan 07, 02:50

his scoring rate this year is wonderful. he should have STAR in scoring
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Jan 07, 04:36

Lancaster wrote:his scoring rate this year is wonderful. he should have STAR in scoring

:lol: :lol: That's funny. Hitman is losing his mind trying to get Del Piero the *scoring, and its not going to happen. Messi is even less deserving ;)
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby Lancaster » 2009 Jan 07, 10:19

messi has 16 goals in 19 games played this year and thats not including the world cup qualifiers. its only including the copa del ray , champs league and la liga.

if he doesnt deserve scoring, who does? :roll:
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby jmg721 » 2009 Jan 07, 10:23

I am pretty sure the logic is that he scores because of his other attributes. The *scoring will make him behave differently as it is really "Predator Instinct". That is not what Messi is....and neither is Del Piero.
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby Lancaster » 2009 Jan 07, 10:27

i do apologize as this is really my first time on this database and with WE2009. im not up to speed yet with what things affect other stats.

i do agree that his other things do create him the chances to score. now that you said it that way. i totally agree. :idea:
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby Xyder » 2009 Jan 07, 10:40

I think with the 1vs1 star it's enough, take a look to his goals. A great part are he alone against the goalkeeper, he don't score thanks a great positioning inside the box or thanks to the opportunism.
But I tink we can raise a bit his SA to 82~83, his percentage of accuracy against goal this season it's outstanding.
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby Giff » 2009 Jan 07, 12:58

His a good player but I find it sometime difficult to dibble past defenders like he does on real. Ofthendoes he fall over during some kind of contact. Specially when his about to get pass a defender which stretch out a leg which make him fall to the ground.

In real life does he have a better balance even though edfenders push him or stretch out a leg to stop does he stay on his feet when his advancing. His balance together with his weight make him a easy to stop in PES. Henry or Hleb are easier to dribble with, Agüero is probably the best one in the game together with C.Ronaldo. They both have good shoots and are good at dribbeling, are agile and have good balance. Messi is just a little bit more agile, little bit faster and more accurate at dribble but have lower stats in balance.
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby HitMan » 2009 Jan 07, 13:11

Giff wrote: Messi is just a little bit more agile, little bit faster and more accurate at dribble but have lower stats in balance.


...Aguero..C.ronaldo...Messi
BB: 81 ...... 82 ......78
TS: 88...... 90 ...... 87
ACC: 92 ...... 96 ...... 96
Agi: 95 ...... 93 ...... 97
DA: 90 ...... 93 ...... 96

now what you call "A LITTLE BIT" is acutally really ALOT GRAPH take a look at it, and increase in ability after 95
messi's BB is ok i think..other stats make him better than those 2
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby Markulur » 2009 Jan 07, 13:31

Well, I don't understand this comparation. Why? Messi is really better than the other two in Acc, Agility and DA. Actually, he is the best dribbler and who starts running faster of this three.
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby as_10 » 2009 Jan 07, 14:27

What a match yesterday 8-)
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby manutd » 2009 Jan 08, 15:30

as_10 wrote:What a match yesterday 8-)

That last goal was tight
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby PMC » 2009 Jan 08, 17:09

Giff wrote:His a good player but I find it sometime difficult to dibble past defenders like he does on real. Ofthendoes he fall over during some kind of contact. Specially when his about to get pass a defender which stretch out a leg which make him fall to the ground.

In real life does he have a better balance even though edfenders push him or stretch out a leg to stop does he stay on his feet when his advancing. His balance together with his weight make him a easy to stop in PES. Henry or Hleb are easier to dribble with, Agüero is probably the best one in the game together with C.Ronaldo. They both have good shoots and are good at dribbeling, are agile and have good balance. Messi is just a little bit more agile, little bit faster and more accurate at dribble but have lower stats in balance.



I made the same observation but nobody said that its easy to play with Messi
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby Giff » 2009 Jan 09, 12:29

PMC wrote:
Giff wrote:His a good player but I find it sometime difficult to dibble past defenders like he does on real. Ofthendoes he fall over during some kind of contact. Specially when his about to get pass a defender which stretch out a leg which make him fall to the ground.

In real life does he have a better balance even though edfenders push him or stretch out a leg to stop does he stay on his feet when his advancing. His balance together with his weight make him a easy to stop in PES. Henry or Hleb are easier to dribble with, Agüero is probably the best one in the game together with C.Ronaldo. They both have good shoots and are good at dribbeling, are agile and have good balance. Messi is just a little bit more agile, little bit faster and more accurate at dribble but have lower stats in balance.



I made the same observation but nobody said that its easy to play with Messi


Correct, nobody have said that. but if he is one of the best players of the world, shouldnt he be that in the game too? Heres a list of what the average grades my players in the starting XI (except the goalie)have:
Puyol 7.2
Miltio 6.9
D. Alves: 7.1
Abidal: 6.8
Yaya Touré: 6.5
Xavi: 7.1
Iniesta: 6.9
Henry: 5.8
Eto´o. 6.8
Messi: 6.2
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby bitz » 2009 Jan 09, 13:42

Come on, SA 80 does not do him justice, and we all know it. Those goals against Athletico were scored with marvelous finesse. Even if he has 1-1 scoring* he won't be able to score those beauties against keepers like Coupet. Do you really think he is no par with Oba Martins?
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Re: Leo MESSI

Postby pes_hhc » 2009 Jan 09, 14:16

Injury Tolerance: B

technique 96.better than kaka and as good as zlatans.

agility 98

SPA 85

LPS 81

ST 88

what a fantastic game.tuesday atletico madrit games.

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