N'Golo Kante might have a reputation for being football's nicest man, but even the Chelsea midfielder can have his off days, as one video proved.
It doesn't matter if you're a Chelsea fan or not, pretty much everyone loves Kante, and the unassuming and humble manner in which he goes about his business off the pitch.
However, the Frenchman isn't always the nice guy in the room, as a video of him playing FIFA against club teammate Callum Hudson-Odoi proved.
In the video, originally shared on Snapchat, Hudson-Odoi laughs as Kante turns the PlayStation off having lost twice already and losing for a third time.
Of course it's not exactly 'rage' quitting so much, because in typical fashion Kante doesn't really get angry with Hudson-Odoi or the game, and he's still smiling throughout.
This isn't the usual quit where someone throws a controller around or storms out of the room, it's all a bit calm from the former Leicester City man.
One user wrote on the FIFA subreddit: "Kanté is probably the nicest person ever born and not even [he] can handle FIFA b******t. Ha ha. Ha."
Another Reddit user said: "He is still smiling!"
A third asked: "How could someone do that to Kanté?" Oh, and one user responded: "A crime equivalent to first-degree murder."
Kante recently spoke about how the squad reacted to the news a few months ago that Roman Abramovich was selling the club.
"It’s something we were not prepared for, it came quickly," he told Sky Sports.
"But the only thing we can do, because we don’t control these things, is to do the best that we have always done.
"Which means that playing football at the best [possible level], for us, for the club, for the fans and see how the things are going and it’s the only thing we can control."
Featured Image Credit: Snapchat
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