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Kevin de Bruyne and Phil Foden flipped a brilliant FIFA 22 prank on its head, by pranking Manchester City teammate Kyle Walker about his fake pace.
FIFA 22 comes out on October 1st and we're being drip fed some of the new ratings for this season's edition of the game, with fans already baffled by some ratings, like a 38-year-old defender being quicker than Virgil van Dijk.
Players don't always like their specific ratings either and we'll often find out about them on social media, something Walker almost certainly would have done, had he not found out he was being pranked.
City showed De Bruyne and Foden a fake card of their teammate, in which his pace was only 78, and they weren't all too happy with that rating.
After finding out it was a fake they knew they had to persuade the right back that it was actually real and they pulled it off perfectly.
De Bruyne managed to get several of the cards spread around the changing room, so his teammate wouldn't get suspicious that he was being targeted, and everyone played it so well.
Jack Grealish poking Walker by saying "It's muggy that, 78 pace?!" before Foden rubs it in even more by saying ""I'm faster than you Walks!"
The England full back got so annoyed at his pace that he even binned the card off, literally, and was ready to march out of the changing room, after claiming "Someone is bantering."
He then spots that he's being filmed and realises that it's all a joke, though his sarcastic laughter suggests he didn't take it all too well.
Had Walker not had it revealed that it was a prank before leaving the changing room he'd have almost certainly been straight on his phone to complain, but he wouldn't have been the first player to do so.
Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger is actually unhappy with his pace rating, after finding out that he's only been given 75 out of 100 on the game.
The Blues centre back took to social media to make his complaint, asking how quick he needed to run in order to get it closer to 90.
He won't be the last player to complain about his rating, that's for sure!
Featured Image Credit: Manchester City
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