SERGIO AGUERO proved FIFA 20's graphics are almost perfect as he mirrored his virtual self after missing a chance.
The Manchester City striker was playing the game with his native Argentina when the in-game Aguero shanked an effort wide when through on goal.
The Argentine superstar was streaming his game online so his reactions were being filmed and were visible in the corner of the in-game screen.
And in hilarious fashion, as the ball flew wide real life Sergio yelled: "Noooooo" and put his hands either side of his head just as the game screen cut to virtual Aguero doing exactly the same.
Fans online were quick to react to the funny footage with one tweeting: "This is fantastic… clearly got the mannerisms spot on."
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Another quipped: "I bet he's written to EA, he'd have buried that!"
Most replied with laughing emojis while one simply wrote: "No difference at all."
Aguero, 31, is widely considered one of the Premier League's greatest ever strikers.
Since his arrival from Atletico Madrid in July 2011, the goal machine has notched a staggering 254 goals from 368 appearances in all competitions.
Yesterday, Wolves' star Diogo Jota won the ePremier League invitational FIFA 20 tournament with a golden goal win over Trent Alexander-Arnold in the final.
The Liverpool man had beaten Aguero's City teammate Raheem Sterling in the semi-final to get there while Jota overcame Burnley's Dwight McNeil.
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