Just this season, Mendy has continued his impressive performance again as he aims to claim more medals with Chelsea at the end of the campaign.
So Mendy in his interview via Chelsea News, said he appreciated how people recognize him after winning the Uefa Champions League last season and how they also gave him and his family respect.
However, Mendy also revealed that he doesn't play FIFA games because he doesn't like his ratings.
"This season is still bad! Even for Toni (I.e Rudiger), he wasn’t happy. I don’t have Twitter otherwise I would definitely complain!" The 28-year-old said
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Mendy is currently having a rating of 80 while Rudiger is also having a rating of 81 on the latest FIFA ratings. But the duo feels they deserved more because of the way they put in their best into Chelsea's success lately.
Nevertheless, Mendy will be aiming to back for Chelsea when then host Manchester City at Stamford Bridge this weekend.
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