The Belgian international is still fresh from scoring his first two goals of the season against FK Qarabağ in last night's crushing 6-0 victory, but if he was on cloud nine last night, his bubble was well and truly burst this morning.
The 23-year-old has been presented with his official FIFA 18 card, which includes an overview of how EA Sports have appraised his main attributes, before awarding an overall score out of 100.
As you can see from his Twitter feed, Michy wasn't too pleased with his 80-rated card:
EA Sports soon replied, saying: "Keep scoring goals and we'll talk..."
But Michy had the last word with a brilliant response: "Hahaha fair point but I've been doing this for quite a long time now... even longer than the last time your servers were OK."
This isn't the first time Batshuayi has felt it necessary to call out EA Sports over his FIFA rating.
Last year, Batshuayi, who signed for Chelsea in the summer of 2016 for a reported £33.2 million, received a fairly decent FIFA 17 card, but he wasn't exactly happy about one stat in particular.
He tagged @EASportsFIFA in a tweet saying: '59 passing....so weak' with plenty of cry face emoji's:
Batschuayi then replied to a number of pages on Twitter about his rating, saying that he should have a passing stat of 'at least' 69:
When are you going to give Batshuayi a card he so desperately wants, EA Sports?
Do you think Michy deserves a better rating?
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