Kyle Walker has vented over his pace rating on FIFA 23 and took to social media to tell EA Sports what he thought.
The Manchester City and England defender is seen as one of the fastest players in world football and his speed has proved to be a deadly weapon for club and country.
But the right-back is not happy whatsoever with his pace on this year's FIFA game. Walker's overall has remained the same as FIFA 22 at 85 and so too has his pace mark, which is 92.
That stat is made up of 94 speed and 89 celebration but means that Walker is not included in the top 15 fastest players on the game.
That list features the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Adama Traore, Alphonso Davies, Vinicius Jr, Dan James and Theo Hernandez.
Walker posted it on his Instagram story, with the hashtag "#WheresKyle ?" alongside a thinking emoji and then replicated it in a second slide which featured a "missing" poster.
Kyle Walker is raging at his FIFA 23 rating, and rightly so! 🤦🏼♂️🤬 pic.twitter.com/LsRWAqE5jz— mcfc lads (@mcfc_lads) September 22, 2022
💥 KYLE WALKER EXPLOTA CONTRA FIFA 23— Post United (@postunited) September 22, 2022
👀 El jugador está en contra de su puntuación pic.twitter.com/EgTHZ6CW0i
Walker won't be the player not happy with EA Sports but his frustrations might just be heightened by the fact he was pranked big time by Phil Foden and Kevin De Bruyne last year.
City showed De Bruyne and Foden a fake card of their teammate, in which his pace was only 78, and their reactions were utterly priceless.
They then decided to join in on the fun by displaying the fake card in the changing room for Walker to see.
Walker was fuming and plonked the card in the bin, saying, "Someone is bantering."
He then realised the whole thing was being filmed and did then laugh - although he still didn't seem best pleased.
At least 92 is a lot better than 78...
Featured Image Credit: Image: Instagram/@kylewalker2