Watch: F2 freestylers recreate famous FIFA 17 glitches in real life

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You might not know them by name, but you will most likely have been left impressed by Jeremy Lynch and Billy Wingrove's ability with a football at some point recently.

The duo make up the popular F2 Freestylers double act who regularly show off their trick shots and skills alongside some of the world's best footballers. Only this week, they were breaking world records with Barcelona's Luis Suarez.

But the pair have stepped into the virtual world in their latest video which sees them attempt to recreate some of the most famous moments in FIFA 17. From glorious glitches to Alex Hunter heartbreak, they've pulled it off perfectly.

Alongside the usual tweaks to gameplay and Ultimate Team mode, FIFA 17 has become known in recent weeks for two things; the Alex Hunter storyline and the frequent glitches that have thrown up some truly bizarre situations.

And the F2 Freestylers video has them all included, from Hunter's snub in the Old Trafford dressing room and brilliant post-goal celebrations to the crazy set-pieces that have become part of the furniture in EA Sports' flagship game.

And, presumably just because they can, there is also a Lionel Messi-esque free-kick in there for good measure...

We're no sure how, but they've even made running on the spot or sticking your head inside your jumper look good. Fair play to them.

The pair have banged in long-range goals with Steven Gerrard and taught the Barcelona boys a thing or two in the past, but this might be their best video yet.

FIFA and freestyle football, what more could you ask for on a Friday afternoon.

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