Jadon Sancho Hits Back At EA Sports Over His FIFA 20 Rating
Jadon Sancho has called out EA Sports again over his FIFA 20 rating and pointed to his assist tally as the reason for his 'passing to be higher.'
The Borussia Dortmund star, 19, was awarded a 77 rating for his passing and flocked to Twitter to question the stat.
But Sancho, who registered 19 assists across all competitions last season, believes that his rating should improve over the course of the current season.
"Compared to my childhood, I play a lot less now because there's a lot of training on the agenda and that tires me out, often so much so that I can't play much, but when I'm with the team in a hotel, we often challenge each other at FIFA," he told German magazine Kicker.
"Of course, I get my own card as quickly as I can, and all of my teammates, but it's not always easy because a few players are too expensive for my team to start with.
Why pass when you have 90 dribbling ♂️:joy:
- EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) September 9, 2019
"I always check out my rating on FIFA and this year, it should have been higher.
"Especially my passing. I've already complained to EA via Twitter, but I'm sure it will increase over the course of the season.
"My actual statistics say it all: if you look at what I achieved last year, and the number of assists I provided..."
SPORTbible caught up with Sancho at the FIFA 20 world premiere and he revealed the worst England and Dortmund players at FIFA.
"At England, I've got two players -- Raheem Sterling and Trent Alexander-Arnold -- very bad players," he said.
"And Dortmund I would say Achraf Hakimi and Paco Alcacer. Obviously, I'm at the top."
Sancho has started off the season in superb form as he has scored four times and assisted six times in all competitions.
FIFA 20 was released on 27th September for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
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