A FIFA 22 Pro Clubs player was so frustrated with the performance of his mates up front, he created a fail compilation and it makes for hilarious viewing.
Pro Clubs remains one of the funnest and most overlooked parts of EA Sports' hit franchise. We've all got fond memories of having a go in net or being that midfielder who only shoots from 40 yards out.
On the other hand, that means we've all had nightmares about that one mate who can't score to save his life. @Slauts1 is the attacking midfielder in his team and he's finally had enough.
He uploaded a video to social media and captioned it: "Imagine being the best CAM and having strikers like this."
Imagine being the best CAM and having strikers like this. pic.twitter.com/xBuvFyjoYJ— slauts (@Slauts1) June 5, 2022
The attached video has two whole minutes of Slauts' pro, Cleo Saint, putting chances on a plate for his 1 Dar forwards only for them to miss in hilarious ways.
Blazing shots wide? Check. Firing straight at the keeper? Absolutely. Messing up a sweaty goal? More times than you can believe.
You just know the game chat was full of 'I'll score the next one' and other promises.
Fans online have reacted to the video and they think it could be the funniest to come out of this year's game.
One commented: "Nah the stress you’ve gotta be caused to make a fail comp on Pro Clubs, this guys been in pain for years."
Another said: "These lads on the mic are far too composed, I miss one of them and I'd get screamed at."
Someone put: "He's actually a virtual Messi so many chances."
While a fourth tweeted: "Clubs is a test of friendship I swear."
It'll be interesting to see if FIFA 23 is the year Pro Clubs receives a big overhaul.
EA and FIFA officially end their partnership— Nibel (@Nibellion) May 10, 2022
FIFA will now be called EA SPORTS FC
"Next year, EA SPORTS FC will become the future of football from EA SPORTS."https://t.co/8a4WT14CA1 pic.twitter.com/DQ0hF6WQWp
The next instalment is due out in autumn and it'll be the last game published by EA carrying the FIFA title.
Instead, the game will be known as 'EA Sports FC' going forward, although it will still retain exclusive licences and partnerships in the 'exciting new era'.
More information is expected to drop in the summer.
Featured Image Credit: @Slauts1/Twitter
Topics: FIFA 22