Liverpool striker Diogo Jota said he felt disappointed with the score he was given in the EA Sports 'FIFA 21' match.
The Portugal international, who joined Liverpool from Wolves in September for £ 41million, won the inaugural ePremier League Invitational in April – beating Trent Alexander-Arnold – to show he knows what he's talking about. concerns FIFA.
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“I think they were surprised by my move to Liverpool,” Jota told Portuguese channel TVI. “They thought I was going to stay with Wolves and didn't even bother to improve my card attributes.
“Even though I was one of the top scorers in the Europa League, unfortunately they didn't bother to change cards.”
Jota has scored 44 goals in 131 appearances for Wolves, including hat tricks in last season's Europa League victories over Besiktas and Espanyol.
Its ranking in the virtual football game has remained the same as in last year's edition.
Jota has scored seven goals in 11 appearances since joining Liverpool.
The 23-year-old was named Champions League final round Player of the Week after his hat-trick in Liverpool's 5-0 win over Atalanta.
A huge fan of virtual gaming since childhood, Jota has shared his results online with fans.
“I love to play FIFA, I always liked it, it was something that I always did and I still do,” said Jota. “After I got home from school I did my homework and then I started playing. I also went to the court to play ball, but always spent a lot of time hanging on to the controller. ”
Jota can't wait to receive his Pro Player Card, a special 99-card card that real-life footballers receive in FIFA Ultimate Team.
“As long as they send me my 99 card, which it looks like every professional player is entitled to, I'm happy,” he said.