The striker for Manchester City, Julian Alvarez, can’t believe that his teammate and teammate on the national team, Enzo Fernandez, earned a poor score for the forthcoming EAFC game.
The top player for Manchester City was taken aback when he found out that Enzo Fernandez had received a poor rating.
The Argentine stated in a post on Instagram that Fernandez’s score of 83 should have been significantly higher.
The player who won the World Cup is enjoying an outstanding season for Chelsea and has led his national team to victories in both of their opening two matches in qualifying for the 2026 World Cup.
A new season of club football is about to begin, and EA Sports is getting ready to release its yearly football video game. The scores of some players, ranging from 1 to 99, have been made public as part of their marketing strategy.
After taking a look at Enzo’s score, Alvarez commented, “They fell short.” The player expressed his displeasure with it and expressed his desire that the EA Sports organizers would take his comments into consideration.