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Video: Kyle Walker Talks About His FIFA 18 Overall… His Predictions Seem a Bit Off

Video: Kyle Walker Talks About His FIFA 18 Overall… His Predictions Seem a Bit Off

Kyle Walker was asked to predict what his stats will look like in FIFA 18 this week, and the Manchester City defender may have went a bit overboard.

Walker moved to the Etihad from Tottenham during the transfer window, with Pep Guardiola paying £45 million for his services.

And while the England international is one of the best right-backs in the division, predicting how his ability will translate onto FIFA definitely isn’t his strong point.

Awkwardly, Walker guesses he will have higher defensive stats than Vincent Kompany, better passing ability than David Silva and will be just five points worse off at shooting than City forward Sergio Aguero.

Granted, the former Spurs defender wasn’t aware of his team-mates stats when he was asked about his own overall… but it still makes for a brilliant watch as he’s forced to adjust his rating:

 

 

FIFA 18 is released later this month and it’ll be interesting to see how Walker’s in-game character’s stats shape up compared to his prediction.

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