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'Best FIFA Songs Of The Decade' Twitter Thread Goes Viral And Features Some Absolute Bangers

'Best FIFA Songs Of The Decade' Twitter Thread Goes Viral And Features Some Absolute Bangers

A FIFA fan's Twitter thread went viral after amassing a collection of the best songs to have featured in EA Sports' popular franchise last decade.

The thread includes hit songs like John Newman's 'Love Me Again' (FIFA 14) and Avicii's 'The Nights' (FIFA 15).

And other fan-favourite tracks included in the viral thread are Imagine Dragons' 'On Top of the World' (FIFA 13), Kygo's 'Raging' (FIFA 17) and Slaptop's 'Walls' (FIFA 16).

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The thread has amassed over a whopping 8,000 retweets and 30,000 likes at the time of this writing.

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A fan previously produced one of the most comprehensive FIFA Spotify playlists imaginable, which featured the best tracks from 1998 to 2019.

And the 20 best FIFA songs of all time have also been ranked, which included the likes of Newman's 'Love Me Again' and Avicii's 'The Nights.'

Featured Image Credit: EA Sports/Spotify

Topics: gaming news, EA, Electronic Arts, EA Sports

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