Article in English, published by 04.07.2017

Written by Talal Musa

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A Eurovision winner has just made a song about FIFA

… and it’s strangely addictive

Norwegian Alexander Rybak has an interesting take on Peggy Lee’s Fever 

Playing a game of FIFA can be a roller coaster of emotions – one second you’re winning, the next you’re chucking the controller at the TV.

One fan, who happens to be 2009 Norwegian Eurovision winner Alexander Rybak, decided to make a song about it. 

The cover, which is his own take on Peggy Lee’s classic Fever sees Rybak replace the title lyrics with ‘FIFA’.

Surprisingly, it works quite well… and bar a couple of cringe-worthy shots, the music video is pretty well put together.

Rybak flanked by a stunning blonde who is clearly having a ‘great time’

As are the two stunning blondes who join him on the sofa for some three-way FIFA action.

Rybak, you lad.

The video, which found its way on to FIFA Reddit has been getting a mixed response from the community.

One wrote: “Why is this song so annoyingly catchy?”

Another said: “God I cringed so hard during this, really wish he would of made it funny or something.”

The video isn’t the only cringe-worthy thing doing the rounds in the FIFA community.

It turns out that Alex Hunter has joined Twitter… which is leading to some equally interesting results.

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Later on another blonde joins in ‘the fun’ – although they both look awkward