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YouTubers Attempt 100 Shots Against FIFA 22's Worst Rated Goalkeeper

Ryan Sidle

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YouTubers Attempt 100 Shots Against FIFA 22's Worst Rated Goalkeeper

Two YouTubers tested themselves against a 50 rated goalkeeper on FIFA 22 in real life, and they fared worse than when they faced a Premier League keeper.


We've all wondered exactly what rating we'd be on FIFA and how good some of the lesser known players on the game really are, and two people put it to the test.

ChrisMD and fellow YouTuber Theo Baker decided to test how good a rated goalkeeper is, which is basically the lowest of any keeper on the game.

They came up against Tottenham Hotspur's Joshua Oluwayemi, who currently plays for the clubs under 23, to see how many goals they could score.

The two non footballers had 100 between them, 50 from the edge of the D and another 50 from 25 yards out, and they didn't fair too well.

The two challengers took their time to get going but Baker finally broke their goal scoring drought on the 19th attempt, and soon they were in a bit of a flow.

By the time they'd taken 50 shots at the 20-year-old Spurs keeper, the YouTube pair had scored six goals between them from the edge of the D.

With things about to get trickier it was interesting to see exactly how many they'd get from far out, not helped by Baker not knowing how to hit a knuckle ball.

And the further distance proved too tough as they couldn't add to their halfway mark of six over the next 50 attempts, much to their annoyance.

The two men are knackered after 100 shots. Image: YouTube
The two men are knackered after 100 shots. Image: YouTube

Six doesn't seem like too bad a score against a player who is after all a professional goalkeeper, even for the under 23s team, but it's not as good as they might have expected.

In an earlier video on ChrisMD's channel, the YouTuber and another partner came up against Watford's Ben Foster in the same challenge.

On that day, Foster had conceded seven from the first 25 attempts and conceded another two from further distance, giving them nine goals altogether.

Foster of course has his own YouTube channel and recently revealed what he and Mohamed Salah talked about after Liverpool had battered Watford.

It might have helped the Hertfordshire hand out their own battering to Manchester United last weekend, something Foster was confident of even before kick off.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube

Topics: Gaming, FIFA 22, Tottenham Hotspur

Ryan Sidle
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