KANSAS CITY, KS – MARCH 16: Benny Feilhaber #10 of Sporting Kansas City chases down a loose ball against the Chicago Fire at Sporting Park on March 16, 2013 in Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

VIDEO: Kei Kamara and Benny Feilhaber play FIFA skill games in real life

FIFA 16 comes out next week and if you have ever played this game, chances are you have played the skill games at least once. Whether it’s during the loading screen or in the skill games menu or building up the stats for players in career mode (new feature this year), the skill games can be a fun escape from the games in FIFA.

EA Sports wanted to test this out in real life so they recreated some of the skills games in real life and recruited two of the hottest players in MLS right now. Columbus Crew SC’s Kei Kamara (MLS goals leader) and Sporting Kansas City’s Benny Feilhaber (MLS assists leader) faced off in a friendly competition in some real life FIFA 16 skills games.

First, Kei and Benny squared off in the shooting challenge, the advanced circle pass, advanced lob pass, crossing challenge and free kick (though it looked like a penalty kick) challenge. As far as who wins, you’ll just need to watch the video.

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