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Arsenal Fans Boo Former Player On FIFA 19

Arsenal Fans Boo Former Player On FIFA 19

EA Sports have made FIFA 19 so realistic that Arsenal fans boo Cesc Fabregas when he plays at the Emirates. As we know, Gunners supporters are typically not too fond of their former players moving onto pastures new: Samir Nasri, Robin van Persie and Emmanuel Adebayor being three of the most high-profile.

Fabregas, who came to Arsenal as 16-year old and went on to captain the side in his eight-year spell with the club, had a slightly different situation having gone to Barcelona, but he was vilified by Arsenal fans after returning to London rivals Chelsea, where he's won two Premier League titles.

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You can always count on Arsenal fans to whistle at him every time he's on the ball in his return to the Emirates - and the fans do exactly that on FIFA 19 as footage shows.

Arsenal fans can be heard belting out songs on their home turf but once Fabregas receives a pass and touches the ball, they erupt into a flurry of boos.

Another brilliant bit of realism in this year's game is players letting out expletives when they miss a chance. Reddit user u/jl94x4 has dropped a video of Gareth Bale dropping out the F-bomb after spurning a golden opportunity.

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Check out Gareth Bale's reaction after he fails in spectacular fashion:

In the Madrid derby between Atlético and Real when the score is level, there's no denying that the Welsh winger would have had that reaction on his face in real life if he missed with that much space.

And Reddit users have even tried to figure out what he actually said.

"Wow, damn, I expected this to be a glitch or something, but he clearly says 'f**k me,'" one user said.

Another said: "Looks like he said 'F**k me' and something right before it."

Another added: "I noticed my player said 'bull****' after a great save by the 'keeper."

Topics: Football News, Football, FIFA 19, EA Sports

Josh Lawless

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