Michy Batshuayi: Chelsea star trolls West Ham fan and FIFA 17 after passing rating is revealed to be low

CHELSEA striker Michy Batshuayi has become a social media star after hitting out at hit video game FIFA 17 and a West Ham fan.

Batshuayi has already become a cult hero at Chelsea for his exciting performances off the bench and for his hilarious, outspoken nature on social media.

Michy Batshuayi celebrates after netting his first goal for Chelsea
Michy Batshuayi is fast becoming a cult hero to Chelsea fans
Fans can try their luck with a number of teams in the demo including Chelsea and Man Utd
The latest instalment of the  hugely popular game will be released on September 29
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Batshuayi, 22, was upset with games developer EA Sports after they gave him just a 59 rating for passing on the massively popular game.

On Monday, he hit out at EA Sports with the message: “59 passing so weak” with a crying face.

Batshuayi argued that his rating should be much higher having posted nine assists (to go along with his 17 goals) in Ligue 1 last season.

He said he deserved “at least a 69”.

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He then jokingly hit out at the company again on Tuesday, as millions waited for the delayed demo to be ready for download.

In a message that got more than 13,000 retweets and 22,000 likes on Twitter, he wrote: “They’re probably upgrading my passing skills that’s why [the demo] isn’t out yet.”

FIFA finally responded to Batshuayi on Wednesday.

Posting a short clip of Batshuayi during a training session on the game, they wrote the caption “practice makes perfect!”

Batshuayi then responded again, stating that he was “downloading” FIFA’s big rival, Pro Evolution Soccer.

That’s when a West Ham fan decided to get involved.

Fan page West Ham Transfers said that Batshuayi – who was linked with a move to the Hammers before he picked Stamford Bridge in an 11th hour deal – was “downloading money”.

Batshuayi wasn’t finished.

He wrote: “do you need attention in your life or?

“Get friends my bro your [sic] in Chelsea zone.”

That message also got more than 3,500 retweets and 5,500 likes.

Batshuayi, who has three goals and an assist in five matches for the Blues this season, will likely be in action when Chelsea face Liverpool on Friday night.


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