Ok, so here I go:
DA --> 78
PK --> 72
Ten --> 78
TW --> 76
His dribbling ability is not a yellow, granted, but he doesn't have bad technique with the ball. 75 is closer to an average CB, and Raúl has shown he is capable of keeping the ball against opposition. His balance helps, but with that speed, he can't keep the ball against anyone in PES. 78 fits him better. He still can't dribble, but he can make turns and keep the ball like IRL.
I think place kicking is actually analyzed badly in the forum. We've got to consider that it not only affects free kicks but corners and penalties too, and still the average value seems to be around 63. Raúl hasn't taken any free kick or corner that I know (that would be idiotic, he is the best header in the team and possibly the league), but he would be Simeone's first choice for penalty kicks, if not for the possibility of Costa winning the top goalscorer award. I remember a match, not sure if against Elche or Getafe, where Costa took a penalty and missed it. Atletico was granted another penalty and Simeone yelled for Raúl to take it, but Costa ignored him and scored anyway. If Simeone thinks Raúl is his most trusted guy to score a penalty, I think a 62 doesn't make him justice. I know my argument is not the strongest ever, but hey, I would review the PK stats for most players. It is just that the only team I watch with enough frequency to propose values is Atletico (and maybe Barça and Madrid).
Ball control should get a little improvement because Atletico has relied in him a lot these last matches: Courtois or some defender kciks the ball as high and far to Raul's position as they can, and Raúl wins the aerial battle to the left SB, actually controlling the ball many times, and heading it to a teammate the rest. We are talking of balls Cassano would have a hard time controlling most of the time (though I won't suggest a 92
) and Raúl manages to control some of them to the point of being a reliable play for Atletico.
Tenacity and TW seem to be leftovers from his previous time at Atletico. This last years in Osasuna and this season have seen a much more mature Raul, he is more of a team player that always appears in key moments. I can't recall how many times has he scored the lone goal of a match, but one thing is sure: I previously criticized him for disappearing the whole game, and that doesn't happen anymore.
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