Football Funnies: Rio Ferdinand, Samir Nasri and other stars complain about own ratings in Fifa 15

QPR defender Rio Ferdinand complaining about his own rating in EA Sports' soon-to-be-released Fifa 15. -- PHOTO: SCREENGRAB FROM YOUTUBE 
QPR defender Rio Ferdinand complaining about his own rating in EA Sports' soon-to-be-released Fifa 15. -- PHOTO: SCREENGRAB FROM YOUTUBE 

EA Sports' hotly-anticipated release of the video game Fifa 15 later this month has got fans around the world excited, but not everyone is happy. 

In a recent YouTube video, stars such as QPR defender Rio Ferdinand, Manchester City winger Samir Nasri and Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard took turns to lambast - in jest - their individual ratings in the game. 

Former Manchester United and England centreback Ferdinand was the most vocal of the lot, saying: "I don't know who's doing the stats, but if you want me to come down and talk to you face-to-face, I'll do that."

Hazard, meanwhile, was sad that he's "too small", and wanted his character to be at least "three to five centimetres" taller. 

Not surprisingly, Nasri wasn't too pleased with his 82 pace rating: "It's not quick enough, especially since I play on the wing!"

Click here for the compiled ratings of the top 50 players in the game.