To be a professional footballer you have to be pretty competitive. Raheem Sterling proved that side of him when he stormed out of Jadon Sancho's hotel room after losing to the young winger on FIFA 19.
As everybody knows, the international week is the perfect opportunity for some of the Premier League's biggest stars to add to their collection of caps for their country - as well as honing their skills on the PlayStation.
Sancho replaces Sterling. Image: PA Images
With the England squad recovering from Friday night's 0-0 draw with Croatia, and not taking on Spain in their next Nations League clash until tomorrow night in Seville, Gareth Southgate's men were allowed a little bit of down time this afternoon, leading to a showdown between Juventus and PSG - in the virtual world, of course.
Sancho managed to guide the Turin giants to a 3-1 victory over Sterling's Neymar and co - and the Manchester City attacker certainly didn't enjoy the youngster lauding it over him after the full-time whistle:
It's not the worst reaction we've ever seen, and given he has the money to pay for the damage, we'd have given serious thought to putting a foot through the TV screen.
Just a thought.
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Sancho started life at Watford before moving to Manchester City and finally getting his transfer to Borussia Dortmund and he could be returning to the Premier League soon.
His impressive form has earned him a first call up to the England side for this week's Nations League's game against Spain and Croatia and also a slew of admirers in this country.
According to the Mirror if any club does want to make a move for the 18 year old then they'll have to spend around £100 million.
Sancho has earned his first England call up. Image: PA Images
Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal are all reportedly interested in the teenager and and the three London sides all wanted to sign him when he left City, with Sancho at one point wanting a move back south.
Dortmund are apparently gearing themselves up for transfer offers in the summer and believe they should get around as much as they sold Ousmane Dembele to Barcelona for in the summer of 2017.
Sancho playing for the young Manchester City side. Image: PA Images
Dembele was only at the German club for a season, having signed for a reported £13.5 million in 2016, and Sancho has had a similar rise to the Barca man.
Sancho initially left to get more game time and there's no doubt that should someone from the Premier League buy him now he'd be a guaranteed starter.
If he had left any other side than City then they would have regretted letting him go already but with their ridiculous amount of talent Pep Guardiola's side are still okay without him.
Sancho could soon be the most expensive Englishman of all time.