Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold was the victim of an incredible FIFA 19 prank involving Raheem Sterling and a professional FIFA player - with the whole thing capture on England's YouTube channel.
Having already beaten Sterling off-camera earlier in the day, Alexander-Arnold thought he was going to make light work of his teammate once again.
But unbeknownst to him, Sterling, despite having a pad in his hand, wasn't doing any of the controlling despite doing a good job of making out as if he was.
Instead, 'TAA' was actually playing against pro player 'F2Tekkz', who was in the next room.
The 17-year old has just won the FIFA Premier League title with Liverpool and will be representing England at this weekend's FIFA eNations Cup tournament.
He's won five tournaments in a row this year but did not go easy on Alexander-Arnold; slapping him 5-0 with Juventus and scoring some absolutely sensational goals.
With Sterling playing his part by rubbing it in, the 20-year old did not have a 'scooby doo' and completely lost his head.
His reaction when he finds out he's been had over is also priceless - with the Liverpool right-back then going into the room where F2Tekkz was working his magic.
Sterling could not stop laughing throughout, clearly enjoying getting one over on his mate.
We're just surprised that Alexander-Arnold lasted the full game and did not rage-quit - something Sterling did not too long when Jadon Sancho beat him.
Last November a clip of Chelsea and France's N'Golo Kante switching off the console prematurely when losing to Callum Hudson-Odoi went viral.
But instead of throwing his controller or damaging the disc before walking out, he had a smile on his face the whole time.
The most graceful rage-quitter we've ever seen.