Ah, FIFA. There are just some people that can't hack it.
At the heart of any friendship group that loves EA Sports' flagship series, there's that one person that gets battered 4-0 or 5-0 every time without fail. It's just the way of the world.
However, believe it or not, there is help for these people. Seriously.
That's because we're starting to see more and more tutorials and lessons on how to improve your FIFA skills, but we're not just talking about a viral YouTube video here.
No, we're talking about the professionals themselves offering their advice and they're competing for over $100,000 every year, so they definitely know their stuff.
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New FIFA 20 masterclass
FIFA 20, for all the controversy its already caused, is absolutely no exception and the professionals have already adapted to the new game mechanics.
This is where Danish Esport company Gamerzclass comes in and they've called upon FIFA pro 'BorasLegend' to teach the world about improving on FIFA 20.
BorasLegend has won 12 FIFA Championship titles, has been a professional for the last nine years and boasts a YouTube channel with over 250,000 subscribers.
Could you improve your FIFA skills?
But enough justification, what about the course itself? Well, it's all yours for $34.99 (approximately £27) on a limited offer at the time of writing.
The first lessons titled 'Introduction to Ivan' and 'Planning your game' are available for free, allowing gamers to get an idea of whether the course is for them.
From then on, some of the lessons concern: 'Boras' Game Plan,' 'The switch from 19 to 20,' 'Skill moves,' 'Analysing goals conceded,' 'Set Pieces' and 'Midfield Defence.'
With defending no longer AI-controlled; set pieces completely overhauled and passing angles proving crucial, the advice on display here could be crucial.
If nothing else, the course offers something of a bold guarantee that - dependant on you sticking to the advice - you will keep more clean sheets when you next play.
The advice is described as 'groundbreaking' with the potential for gamers to reach a 'great level of mastery' and even allowing you to 'beat your friends by nothing less than 3-0 each time.'
Bold statements, but I guess the only way to find out is to give it a try. Besides, we all know someone who could do with all the FIFA help they can get.News Now - Sport News