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Sergio Aguero had a hilariously brilliant reaction to packing Jurgen Klopp on FIFA Ultimate Team.
The Manchester City talisman has been bashing FIFA 20 as he looks to avoid boredom during lockdown and courtesy of his Player of the Month awards keeping his camera up, he's been streaming on Twitch for all his fans to see.
A few days back the Argentine was opening some packs on Ultimate Team and quickly discarded a lot of the items before getting to Liverpool boss Klopp.
Sergio Aguero using his player of the month awards to hold up his PS4 camera is a low-key flex pic.twitter.com/PCuErf95DX- Simon Harrison (@simonhfootball) April 26, 2020
Aguero took a pause before also placing the German manager in the bin. Someone on TikTok edited together a hilarious video showing what was going through the striker's thoughts as he looked upon a rival's card and it's genuinely outstanding.
Aguero has been providing plenty of gold during his FIFA streams, including a priceless reaction to missing a chance with himself on FIFA.
Playing with his Ultimate Team that is basically the Argentine national side, he spurned a chance you would normally see him absolutely bury in real life.
Then, incredibly, it caused real life Aguero and virtual Aguero to both put their hands on their head in frustration at the very same second. Aguero-ception and some sensational realism from EA Sports, it has to be said.
The highest-scoring foreign Premier League player also let out a "Noooooooooo!' - in utter disbelief that the net didn't bulge.
'Kun' lost the FUT game 4-3 and was so annoyed that he actually substituted himself out for 94-rated Ronaldo Nazario.
After ripping into EA Sports for their way of doing things, the gaming company responded by giving the Premier League's highest-scoring foreign player a 99-rated player card that only he can use.
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