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Strømsgodset Toppfotball goalkeeper Daniel Skretteberg, who plays in Norway's top division Eliteserien, has been given a criminally-low rated card in the latest edition of FIFA.
He has stats such as 45 jumping, 35 reactions and 19 sprint speed on the game, as well as 52 diving, 52 handling, 48 positioning and 51 kicking.
It makes him one of the worst goalkeepers in the virtual world, but YouTube channel skillNshoot wanted to test his skills out for a video because "EA often give unfair ratings to soccer players who are less known."
Skretteberg joins Sander, Sondre and Peder inside The Marienlyst Stadion in Norway, where they pelt shots at the 19-year-old shot-stopper from a range of distances.
They also take part in a number of challenges with Skretteberg, including a penalty shoot-out and a speed test.
As you can see in the above footage, Skretteberg pulls off a number of outstanding saves throughout, proving that his stats in-game are way off the mark.
The video description reads: "In this video, we test ourselves against a professional football goalkeeper who is one of the lowest rated players in FIFA 21.
"We wanted to find out how good he really was, as EA often give unfair ratings to soccer players who are less known.
"On FIFA 21 Career Mode, Daniel Skretteberg is 50-rated, making him one of the worst keepers in the game. But as you will see, he is an absolute beast in real life."
When posed with the question about what stat he'd change on his current FIFA 21 card, Skretteberg simply replies: "All of them!"
It's certainly a fascinating experiment from the YouTube channel. Thoughts on EA Sports' rating system?
Let us know in the comments.
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