Ronaldo partners Kane in Alli's best XI in FIFA 18 Squad Battle selection

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The Spurs attacker has included some current and former team-mates alongside many of the world's biggest and best players in his specially chosen team

England attacker Dele Alli his chosen his perfect XI in FIFA 18, including Cristiano Ronaldo in attack alongside his Tottenham team-mate Harry Kane.

Lionel Messi plays just behind Ballon d'Or rival Ronaldo, with Alli supporting Kane on the other side of the pitch. The 21-year-old received a special 99-rated version of his player card, making him the highest-rated player in the squad.

There is talent throughout the starting XI with Manuel Neuer, Jerome Boateng and Arturo Vidal included from Bayern Munich, while Marcelo, Sergio Ramos and Luka Modric form a strong Real Madrid contingent.

Despite leaving Tottenham for Manchester City, Alli has selected his former team-mate Kyle Walker in the right-back slot of his best XI, which he has called "Delstroyers."

FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Dele Alli Squad

Spurs trio Hugo Lloris, Danny Rose and Eric Dier are included on a very strong substitutes' bench, alongside FIFA ICON players Ronaldo and Ronaldinho, as well as PSG winger Neymar and Chelsea's David Luiz.

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Alli's own 99-rated version has very impressive stats, including 99 shooting and 99 dribbling, as well as 98 physical, meaning he will be difficult to knock off the ball and will be a threat in front of goal.

FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Dele Alli 99 Card

FIFA 18 players can take on Alli's special team in the Squad Battles mode of Ultimate Team for one week until Sunday, October 15.

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