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Kevin de Bruyne and Phil Foden couldn't believe Manchester City teammate Kyle Walker's pace on FIFA 22, and they were right to.
Nevermind Christmas, for fans of the FIFA franchise it's the most wonderful time of the year, as the cards and ratings for this year's edition of the game start to be revealed.
On Monday the top 22 players were announced for FIFA 22, we see what they did there, and Cristiano Ronaldo was knocked out of the top two highest rated players, with Robert Lewandowski joining Lionel Messi in those spots.
We'd love to know Ronaldo's reaction to that demotion, but one reaction we do know is that of two City players seeing Walker's pace, or lack of.
De Bruyne and Foden were playing a game to guess which of their teammates had certain ratings but were fed a fake card for the full back, and their response to his 78 pace is priceless.
Of course Walker is well known for his pace, and especially when using it for recovery tackles, and there's no way it would be as low as 78.
Whilst Foden calls it a day and marches off, De Bruyne instantly says that it has to be a fake card and he's pretty relieved to find out he's right.
Every season at least one footballer will start complaining about their rating on FIFA, and it might still be Walker because we don't actually see his real scores before the end of the video.
City fans will have already been on edge over their players' FIFA ratings, after they believed Ruben Dias and John Stones were sold short.
The pair were Pep Guardiola's first choice centre backs last season, as City romped to the league title with a 12 point gap over second place Manchester United.
However they've both been handed lower ratings than expected, with Dias being given 87 and Stones only 83, despite also helping England to get to the Euro 2020 final.
It's not just City fans who aren't happy, United fans have also taken to social media to complain about the rating of young forward Mason Greenwood.
And Liverpool fans won't be happy that Mohamed Salah's rating has been downgraded, despite scoring 22 league goals last season.
Just like Christmas, there's always arguments!
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