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England published this video item, entitled “FODEN V SAKA 🎮 Mystery Ball FIFA Challenge with Tekkz & Tom | eLions” – below is their description.
Phil Foden and Tom take on Bukayo Saka and Tekkz in a game of Mystery Ball in FIFA 21. It’s Team Tekzz vs Team Tom in the Mystery Ball Challenge – who will come out on top?
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