Romelu Lukaku complains about FIFA 14 rating

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Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku, who is currently on loan at Everton, believes EA Sports have made him too slow in the latest edition of FIFA.

The 20-year-old took to Twitter to voice his disapproval after discovering that he had been made slower than he believes he is in real life.

The Belgium international tweeted: "I hope i'm not the only that had noticed it but i think i'm not quick enough on fifa.. Does ea sports think that i'm slow"

Lukaku has an 83 rating for pace in the game and an 85 rating for sprint speed, which is reasonable for a Premier League striker.

But Lukaku, who is pretty quick in real life, feels he should be pushing the 90-mark.

The Belgian signed for Chelsea in August 2011 but has only played a handful of matches for the west London outfit.

However, he scored an impressive 17 Premier League goals while on loan at West Brom last season, while at the start of this term he has netted four in four for the Toffees.

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