FOOTBALL fans have mocked how Jack Grealish looks on FIFA 23, with social media claiming he has been harshly depicted on the game.

The Manchester City and England international, 27, kept his same 84 rating he was given last year for the new edition of EA's game – which came out earlier this week.


That was despite a poor first season at Man City in which he managed just six goals and four assisting in 39 appearances.

However, that is where EA's generosity ends when it comes to Grealish.

The former Aston Villa man's character on the game has been criticised by fans as it looks almost nothing like him.

And when a picture of it was posted on Twitter, fans could not help but jokingly slam it.

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One said: "FIFA 23 has done Jack Grealish dirty 😭🤣."

Another added: "He looks like the villain in the Green Lantern movie 😁."

A third said: "Jack Grealish looks 40 years old in FIFA 23. Hopefully EA fixes him lol 😂."

And a fourth added: "It’s like one of those apps where you put two photos in and it shows what your child would look like. This is Jack and Haaland’s son…"

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Grealish once again made a slow start to this season, failing to score or assist in any of his opening five appearances.

But before the international break, he did finally get off the mark by hitting the back of the net after just 55 seconds in a 3-0 win over Wolves.

The England man will now be hoping to carry that momentum into the Manchester derby on Sunday.

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