Sergio Aguero uses the Premier League Player of the Month awards to wield his PS4 camera while playing FIFA 20 … and his actual reactions are eerily similar to his in-game character!
- Sergio Aguero props up his PS4 camera using Player of the Month trophies
- Manchester City forward played a lot in FIFA during lockdown
- The star showed off his hat-trick match balls above his playing setup
Sergio Aguero made sure he spends enough time on the pitch during the lockdown, even though it’s virtual in the FIFA 20 video game.
The Manchester City star showed off his gaming setup, which includes a range of treble match balls and a PlayStation 4 camera held up by a few Premier League Player of the Month trophies.
In a few videos posted to his girlfriend Sofia Calzetti’s Instagram story, he showed he is just as deadly in gaming as he is in real life.
Sergio Aguero used his Player of the Month awards to support a PS4 camera
Aguero pumps his fist in celebration as he wins his third consecutive FIFA 20 game
“He’s winning three games in a row and he can’t believe it,” Calzetti wrote as Aguero jumped out of his chair after scoring a goal.
Of course, his play doesn’t always go as planned, as seen in a clip captured by ESPN on the attacker’s Twitch play channel.
After missing a chance with his own in-game representation, the real Aguero puts his hands on his head in frustration, and a moment later, the virtual Aguero does the exact same thing.
FIFA 20 showed its realism as the in-game version of Aguero mimicked the real man
Aguero scored 12 hat tricks in the Premier League, surpassing Alan Shearer’s record of 11 in January this year in a 6-1 win over Aston Villa.
He also holds the record for Premier League Player of the Month awards. He got his seventh for his performances in January, surpassing Harry Kane and Steven Gerrard who each have six.
It doesn’t display them as proudly as some of its other awards, but rather uses a couple to support a PS4 webcam.
Aguero has won a record seven Player of the Month awards during his career
Many soccer stars have spent serious hours on their gaming consoles during the coronavirus lockdown.
The ePremier League Invitational tournament had players representing their actual teams in the game, and ultimately Wolves’ Diogo Jota defeated Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold in the grand final, with the proceeds going to charity.
Meanwhile, Manchester City are hoping they can hang on to their star striker, with Argentina side Independiente stepping up efforts to bring back their former player.