Dani Carvajal gets mad at Real Madrid teammate on FIFA 15

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Everyone has had a bad game on FIFA at some point but Dani Carvajal really doesn’t like to lose.

The Real Madrid players were relaxing in between matches at the FIFA Club World Cup in Morocco but one member of the squad was getting worked up.

The defender lost a game and team mate Isco was on hand to provide photographic evidence of the controller carnage that followed with this Twitter post:

While none of the players are short of money, it will no doubt be an inconvenience trying to find a new controller in Marrakech.

Winning in the real world

Fortunately for Carvajal, Real Madrid are having more success in the real world, the European champions are currently in Morocco and are preparing for the final against San Lorenzo.

Sergio Ramos, Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Isco were all on target as Real smashed Mexican side Cruz Azul 4-0.

San Lorenzo however struggled to over come tournament outsiders Auckland City, the Argentines secured a 2-1 victory in injury time to meet Real in the final on Saturday.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side are currently on a 21 game winning run, should Real win the tournament, Cristiano Ronaldo will be the fourth player in history to win the tournament with two teams.

The Portuguese forward has already managed 25 La Liga goals this season, just one less than the entire San Lorenzo team in the Argentinian league.

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