FIFA 17 produces the most ridiculous goalmouth scramble

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So, what annoys you most about FIFA 17?

From goalkeepers giving away cheap goals to strikers miscontrolling the ball when one-on-one, there are so many infuriating scenarios on the latest instalment.

Even performing the most simple task can be made difficult; if a player is slightly off balance, it becomes impossible for them to play a straight pass.


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So much for being the most realistic edition yet.

Another video demonstrating just how frustrating FIFA is has surfaced on social media - and it's absolutely incredible, believe me.

The below footage features a goalmouth scramble like no other, with the woodwork hit four times and two goalline clearances made in the space of 15 seconds.


Wow. If ever there was a reason to rage quit, this is it, especially so when you're 2-0 down and searching for a way back into the game.

No sooner than the ball is cleared does the referee blow for half-time, which must have come as a huge relief to the player frantically trying to defend his two-goal lead.

What's worse is the fact Douglas Costa (84 rated, 78 shooting) and Anthony Martial (82 rated, 79 shooting) missed four of the six chances between them.

If you can't score an open goal with players of Costa and Martial's calibre, you know something isn't right.

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