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Video: Manchester City star Sergio Aguero's epic reaction to Benjamin Mendy's FIFA 18 rating card

478   //    29 Sep 2017, 14:36 IST

A video was published on Manchester City's official YouTube channel earlier, which showed a number of City players reviewing their FIFA 18 ratings. The video has been making headlines due to a number of hilarious reasons.

One of the highlights was when Kyle Walker, the left-back was seen nagging about his low and 'unrealistic' ratings, compared to his team-mates, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane. Although Kyle seemed to be rather grim, the general atmosphere oozed of mockery and laughter.

Another instance where we saw a player making fun of his team-mate, was when Sergio Aguero started pulling Benjamin Mendy's leg over his FIFA ratings. The hilarious moment happens in the video at 2:35.

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Aguero's reaction was nothing short of hilarious

Mendy had been given an overall rating of 78 in FIFA 18, and as he held his score-card, he couldn't help but fixate on the overall rating which, according to him, was quite low. Although Mendy didn't seem to be as disappointed as Kyle Walker, Aguero tried his best to make fun of the French left-back.

Mendy has sustained a serious injury in his knee recently. He claimed that the low overall rating of 78 could be due to the current injury, and he jokingly pointed towards his crutches, that he is using to walk currently as he recovers.

Right at that moment, Aguero enters the scene, and on looking at Mendy's ratings, he bursts out in laughter and shouts, "78!". Although Mendy didn't seem to mind the mockery, Aguero then tried to be a good team-player by trying to console him, suggesting that "maybe, 84" could be more right for Mendy.

Aguero is among the top players in the Premier League currently, and it is also reflected in his FIFA 18 ratings. Naturally, he didn't have much to bother about, apart from finding opportunities to tease his team-mates.

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