Jude Bellingham Disappointed by Lower EAFC 24 Pace Rating

Rising Star Jude Bellingham Unhappy with Recent Pace Rating in EAFC 24

Jude Bellingham, the young sensation who made a stunning £113 million move to Real Madrid, has been making headlines with his remarkable performances. However, the England international was recently taken aback when he discovered that his pace rating in EAFC 24 had dropped to 76, a downgrade from the previous year.

A Rising Star in Real Madrid

Since his high-profile transfer to Real Madrid, the 20-year-old midfielder has been setting LaLiga on fire, maintaining the incredible form he displayed during his time at Borussia Dortmund. Bellingham has already netted five goals in just four appearances for the Spanish giants and has continued to impress on the international stage.

Disappointment in Video Game Ratings

In a video shot for Real Madrid’s YouTube channel, Bellingham and his teammates, including Brahim Diaz, Lucas Vazquez, and Rodrygo, were asked to predict their pace ratings in the popular video game EAFC 24. Bellingham confidently guessed a rating of 84 for his pace. However, to his surprise and disappointment, his actual pace rating was revealed to be 76.

Lower Than Last Year

Adding to his disappointment, Bellingham pointed out that his pace rating had decreased from the previous year. He exclaimed, “Are you kidding? I was more previous year, so how come I’ve decreased?” For a player who is renowned for his quickness and agility on the field, it is a perplexing turn of events.

EAFC 24’s New Era

EAFC 24, formerly known as FIFA, has undergone a rebrand this season, marking the end of a long-standing partnership between EA Sports and the governing body. Player ratings in the game have always been a hot topic of discussion, and this year is no different, with even football legends like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo receiving downgrades to their ratings.

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