Bryan Gil has taken to social media to express his displeasure after EA FC revealed his rating ahead of the upcoming video game release.

Almost all footballers tend to complain about some of their ratings being too low whenever a new FIFA game rolls out and Gil is no different.

The winger has not kicked a ball since returning from his loan spell at Sevilla in the summer, having picked up a groin injury just before the start of pre-season.

Bryan Gil

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The 22-year-old admitted a few days ago that he is now close to returning to action and will be hoping to make a good impression on new boss, Ange Postecoglou, on the training ground.

However, in the meantime, the Spain international is far from happy with the attributes that he has been handed by EA FC.

Bryan Gil is not too happy with EA Sports

As expected, Gil was handed a high score for dribbling (81) but the Tottenham man will be disappointed with some of his other scores as he was given 75 for pace, 67 for shooting, 74 for passing, 31 for defending and 41 for physical.

The winger took to Instagram stories (via talkSPORT) to post a screenshot of his card along with the caption: “What is this, please” accompanied by a selection of bemused and laughing emojis.

Gil’s club and international teammate, Pedro Porro voiced his support to the attacker, also posting the former Sevilla man’s card, alongside the following caption: “What a player @Bryan11gil.”

Spurs Web Opinion

Players being unhappy with their FIFA scores is certainly nothing new and one can understand why Gil would be upset, particularly with the ratings for his passing and his pace, with the winger being reasonably quick and a very good crosser of the ball.

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