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14-Year-Old FIFA Sensation Anders Vejrang Sets New World Record After Going 300-0 On FUT Champions

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14-Year-Old FIFA Sensation Anders Vejrang Sets New World Record After Going 300-0 On FUT Champions

14-year old sensation Anders Vejrang has set a new world record after winning 300 consecutive games in FUT champions.

RB Leipzig e-sports player Anders has been charting his FIFA exploits over on his Twitch stream, with 500,000 viewers tuning in to see if he would finally slip up in the 'Weekend League' as he played with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Ronaldo Nazario, Kylian Mbappe, Adama Traore and Neymar.

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But after surpassing 200 wins in a row, he's now reached another historic milestone having continued his unprecedented unbeaten run over the past weekend.

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The youngster took to Twitter to announce his latest achievement and sent a message to the haters.

Anders has been subjected to a whole host of awful comments from trolls - some of which came following a recent defeat caused by a Bruno Fernandes penalty.

"It's been challenging at times," he told SPORTbible regarding the negativity.

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"I simply enjoy playing FIFA, I know that 98 per cent of the feedback is positive, but some of the comments are just insults. I'm happy to have my family, my club and my management - they support me and help to get through that.

"My parents are very supportive. My mother drove me to all the national tournaments, she helps me out with travelling a lot and she totally understands the opportunity that FIFA offers to me."

Image: King e-Sports
Image: King e-Sports

Anders has been playing football games since FIFA 13 on the PlayStation 3 and is not yet allowed to play FIFA professionally until he turns 16.

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Image: King eSports
Image: King eSports

His ultimate goal is to be the very best FIFA player in the world. With an overall record of 486 wins, seven draws and 32 defeats on Ultimate Team as of last night, he just wants to keep improving.

"I'm very ambitious and as long as I'm not allowed to compete in international tournaments, the weekend-league is my competition to shine in," Anders added.

"I want to score goals. I defend on a very high line, pressure my opponent as much as possible and try to use my skill-set in the offence.

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"I respect every opponent and just want to win. I take it game by game and hope to stay unbeaten for as long as possible."

Topics: gaming news, Football News, FIFA 21 news, Football, FIFA 21

Josh Lawless
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