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South African comedian Noah surprised plenty of people by jumping on FIFA's own live stream on Friday evening to play a game on Twitch.
Noah was up against AFC Richmond manager Ted Lasso and Coach Beard, who look a lot like actors Jason Sudeikis and Brendan Hunt weirdly enough.
During the stream Noah asked for a Weekend League for players who don't open packs to help boost their squad, with host Castro saying that lots of players don't open packs.
Not to be misunderstood, the comedian answered again saying he didn't want anyone to open packs, especially as he was fed up of playing against Ruud Gullit's icon card.
FIFA fans haven't always been too happy with the product in recent years and they were certainly glad to hear Noah air their grievances.
"I have to get a better icon because my icons feels slower all of the sudden. 96 pace suddenly feels slower. I don't know why that happens."- FUT Watch (@FutWatch) March 26, 2021
Trevor Noah definitely plays FIFA
Thank you for telling EA how shit FIFA is at the moment @Trevornoah you're my hero- Jose Gonzalez (@MrJoseG_) March 26, 2021
Make FIFA great again!- Andrei (@_AndreiP) March 26, 2021
Twitch streamer ScudzTV recently claimed that players needed a "mere 100 million" coins to create a brilliant team full of icons.
However EA Sports hit back at the gamer saying that a 'lot of assumptions being made in the calculations,' behind Sudz theory.
The company also recently defended itself staunchly in a lawsuit over 'scripting in the game.'
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