Man United Star Asks EA Sports To Update His Hairstyle In FIFA 19

Jesse Lingard celebrates with team mates.

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Jesse Lingard took to Twitter to ask EA developers to update his haircut on the new FIFA game.

EA Sports’ FIFA is one of the top-selling games in the world. Footballers and fans from around the globe are eagerly waiting for the new game to arrive in the store this September.

The game is known for its incredible graphics and the range of licenses which allow them to recreate almost every footballer in Europe.

Earlier this month, EA released the trailer for FIFA 19, and a closed beta was arranged for testing its features. Leaked photos have been circulated on social media sites over the past week.

Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard managed to have a look at his character on the game, and the player is apparently frustrated with the game developers for failing to update his haircut once again.

This isn’t the first time a footballer has revealed his concern about his in-game appearance.

German International, Sami Khedira had requested EA developers to change his hairstyle on the game upon the release of FIFA 18. But it took them nearly 6 months to rectify the error and upload a new game face for the Juventus star.


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We will have to see if Lingard gets an updated game face before FIFA 19 releases, which is scheduled on 28th September. But the English star should definitely be happy with the celebrations that are added to the game this year.

EA seems to have included his favorite celebration, ‘The Milly Rock Dance’, which became famous after the England international performed it against Arsenal last season.


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EA have also found a way to incorporate Jesse’s love for Fortnite. The new game is likely to feature the ‘hype dance’, a celebration which he used at the World Cup this summer.

With Antoine Griezmann performing the ‘L dance’ in the World Cup final, developers were likely to add at least one celebration from Fortnite on FIFA 19 this year.