Chelsea’s key midfielder N’Golo Kante has featured in all but one of the Blues’ games this season, only missing out when Maurizio Sarri opted not to include the 27-year-old against Vidi in the Europa League.
The World Cup winner is an otherwise integral part of the Italian’s side and his key impact has played a large part in the Stamford Bridge outfit heading into Sunday’s clash with Everton riding a wave of 17 games unbeaten.
As a player, the French ace is always tenacious yet measured, but that apparently does not apply to his ability on EA Sports’ hit game FIFA 19. Even the calculated star from Paris suffers from the all too usual case of ‘FIFA rage’.
Taking on Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi, Kante was left humiliated when in a string of games he could not win once and took the decision to rage quit.
In a report by the Daily Mail, the 18-year-old from Wandsworth shared on his Snapchat a video of his teammate calling it a day at 4-0, yet Kante still had his trademark smile adorning his face.
The teenager, who has two Europa League substitute appearances to his name this season, can be heard laughing as he jokes ‘the guy quit at 4-0… not even half-time!’
‘We play three games. He lost all three!’