Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is far from pleased with his FIFA 20 rating after receiving a 'special delivery' at Cobham.
The 21-year-old has got off to a flyer since being brought back into the first-team fold by Frank Lampard, scoring seven goals in his first six Premier League appearances this season.
He also bagged a superb hat-trick earlier this month, helping the Blues to a 5-2 win away at Wolves.
But EA Sports have not rewarded Abraham for his fine form early on in the 2019/20 campaign.
Chelsea today posted a video on Twitter of the youngster and captain Cesar Azpilicueta, captioned:
“The lads received a special delivery from @EASPORTSFIFA at Cobham today…
Before adding: “@TammyAbraham is not happy with those ratings!”
In the video, Abraham and Azpilicueta discuss their ratings having been sent what looks like a personalised package containing their player card and the new game - which is being released tomorrow.
The Spanish defender has been rated 84 in FIFA 20, but Abraham has to settle for a 76 rating.
“Hello guys, I’m here with Tammy Abraham. How are you?” says Azpilicueta.
“Not good,” Abraham replies.
Azpilicueta responds: “Not happy?”
“No,” Abraham says.
Pointing at Azpilicueta’s player card, Abraham adds: “Look at that, that’s good. But look, they don’t rate my pace, nothing!”
Abraham is one of several Chelsea youngsters who have hit the ground running this season.
Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori, who also scored away at Wolves in a proud day for the Blues academy, have become key players at the Bridge since Lampard took charge.
And in their 7-1 Carabao Cup thrashing of Grimsby last night, Billy Gilmour and Marc Guehi made their full debuts for the club.