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Anders Vejrgang, a FIFA player for RB Leipzig who regular streams to 55,000 people on his Twitch channel, boasts a quite incredible record on the game's most popular and difficult mode.
48.000 viewers :ballot_box_with_check:
More than 200 goals in 30 matches.
Thank you for your support. Cu next weekend in my race for 240-0. #komnu pic.twitter.com/3HgLTvOhAK
- Anders Vejrgang (@rblz_anders) November 30, 2020
Most of us would be happy to go on a five-game winning streak and probably celebrate with an open-top bus parade.
But the youngster has won 210 consecutive games in a row, destroying opponents left, right and centre without tasting defeat online.
Even with a ridiculous team containing the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Zinedine Zidane and Kylian Mbappe, it's a remarkable achievement.
:three::five::nine: wins in one picture! :eyes::fire:
Only three players didn't lose yet during #FUTChampions: two of them are @rblz_anders & @rblz_umut (1DC) :v:
We are proud to say these two are #RBLZ! :red_circle::white_circle:#RBLZgaming #esports #fut21 #easports pic.twitter.com/huVyHfMmrL
- RBLZ GAMING (@rblzgaming) November 23, 2020
FIFA YouTuber Boras Legend has broken down Anders' playing style and tactics to show just how he's done it.
He's proved to be the absolute king of the step-overs and has used the skill move to devastating effect on FIFA 21.
Just check out the footage below.
Incredibly, because he is only 14, Anders is not yet able to compete professionally because EA's rules stipulate players must be at least 16.
But already, at such a young age, Anders is already one of the best FIFA players in the world and looks set to be for years to come.
Anders is currently chasing down 240-0 but once he's reached that target who knows where he will go from there.
Another FIFA player who has impressed with the most recent edition of the game is Harry Hesketh.
The YouTuber managed to put a run of wins together on FUT without using the sprint button.
Hesketh went 4-0 on FUT Draft without once hitting the R2 button, helped by Olivier Giroud being up front and a total lack or need for speed!
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