In case you didn't know, the act of filming one's self playing FIFA and recording the commentary/reactions along with gameplay footage is a lucrative profession for many young men.
By regularly posting videos to YouTube, some of these guys have gained millions of subscribers, simply through playing their favourite game and allowing you to watch them do it.
Take Spencer FC for example, he has 1.4 million subscribers and they watch his FIFA series, as well as a new Sunday League football series, in numbers that mean he can dedicate himself to this full time. By becoming a YouTube celebrity, he has gained access to the Premier League's best players, as well as a lot of special privileges at his beloved West Ham. It's an incredibly fun looking job. Anyway, enough about the concept of FIFA YouTubers.
In a recent video Spencer was struggling in division four of FIFA 16 Ultimate Team. Having won the title in each of the previous divisions, he found himself in an unlikely relegation battle that went down to the final game. Needing only a draw to stay up, he found himself 4-1 down, before pulling a goal back late on, and what happened next is the most amazingly typical incredibly bizarre finish to a game of FIFA.
That is FIFA at it's infuriating best. It's happened to us all. Players turning to complete muck rendering the game practically unplayable, and then just when it offers you a shred of hope, it spits in your face.
The beautiful game.
For a bit more context and to see that game in full, you can watch the episode in full here:
We also had our own go at something similar for the St.Patrick's Day Cup back in March, which you can see below as well.