Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang really isn't happy with his ratings for FIFA 20, as the Arsenal forward took to social media for the second time this week to ask EA what's going on.
It's that time of year where players become experts on themselves and get offended as they find out EA Sports don't rate them as highly as they rate themselves, as FIFA ratings are revealed.
Aubameyang is the latest player to show disapproval at his card for FIFA 20 with the Arsenal forward taking to his Instagram story to complain, especially about some stats dropping or staying the same since FIFA 16.
It's not even the first time this week the former Borussia Dortmund forward has used social media to have a bit of a moan.
On Tuesday Auba used Twitter to ask people what they thought of his new card, although he does seem to be okay with 88 being his overall rating.
The Arsenal forward is hardly badly rated by EA considering he's 25th in the rankings, with only the real elite above him in the ratings and he's four stars on skill and with his weaker foot, so not too much to complain about really.
In real life the 30-year-old has started his season with three goals in the Premier League for Arsenal as Unai Emery's side have started with two wins, a draw and a loss in their opening four games, with the dropped points coming against Liverpool and Spurs.
They'll be more pressure on the Gabonese striker for a few weeks with teammate Alexandre Lacazette out until October with an injury.
The latest edition of FIFA comes out in 11 days, on September 24th, and the ratings and soundtrack were released earlier this week.
Fans of the game have been getting very excited about the 'Volta' game mode with indoor and street football brought back after FIFA 97 and FIFA Street versions of the game.
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