We've all been there. Sitting down to play a game of FIFA 17 and then, less than 10 minutes later, having to restrain yourself from throwing the controller across the room after conceding a truly ridiculous goal.
But, for every ragequit, there is one smug player on the other side who is thanking the FIFA gods for the luck they have received.
And one video that has emerged today perfectly sums up that side of things. Showing a ludicrous goal on FIFA's Ultimate Team mode, the online player can be heard almost hyperventilating as the ball finally finds its way into the back of the net. Scroll down to see the chaos - and reaction - for yourself.
The goal was shared by a Twitter account by the name of @Radiant_Foamy and shows a FUT match between 'Saud FC' and the excellently named 'Egg Freud Reus'.
Apparently trailing 3-1 to a computer-controlled side, you can hear two two users complaining about their predicament. And then, taking the ball to begin the second half, chaos ensues...
WARNING: Strong Language...
We're not sure how many times the ball should have hit the back of the net before it did, or, conversely, been cleared out of play.
Somehow, though, after about a dozen ricochets, missed sitters and lucky deflections, the goal is eventually scored. And the hysterical reaction perfectly sums up a mixture of relief, disbelief and delight that every FIFA player has felt at one point or another.
You have to hope they were just playing against the computer because, if a FIFA 17 user had conceded that goal, you just know that 'Connection Lost' graphic would be appearing as soon as the celebrations had ended.
The goal itself is more accustomed to a Sunday League scrap than a video game that is supposed to replicate the top level of football.
But, whilst it might not be the most realistic, it is the kind of goal every FIFA player loves to score against their mates - if only to see the look of pure anger on their face.
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