WYCOMBE Wanderers were knocked out of the second round of the FIFA Ultimate QuaranTeam.

Jude Carroll, 16, represented the Chairboys and was up against FC Lokomotiv Moscow who had professional gamer Robert Fakhretdinov playing for the Russian side.

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The Russian outfit were heavy favourites going into the game and even though Carroll held his own, he was unable to progress to the next round, losing 4-2.

The game was broadcasted live via Twitch with over 1,000 people watching the match. Carroll couldn’t believe the support he got from the Wycombe faithful.

Carroll said: “I was nervous at first with the number of people watching, but I settled more as the game went on.

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“It was absolutely crazy how many people were watching me, it was the biggest audience I’ve played in front of.

“I felt like I didn’t take my chances and it was poor defending from me but he got lucky especially with their first goal you know I’ve tackled him and unfortunately it’s bounced back to him in his path and ever since that goal my head had gone.

“It was a good experience especially because it was all advertised on social media.

“There was so much attention around all the games and to get a chance against a pro player was special.

“I’m very grateful for being a part of it and Leyton Orient - wow what a job they’ve done for putting on a tournament like this.”

The tournament is now in the round of 16 stage with England being the most represented country in the competition, with six teams in total from clubs all across the English Football League.

Since its inception, the competition has raised over £55,000 since it began for EFL clubs, the mental health charity, ‘MIND’ and the Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fundraiser by WHO (the World Health Organization).

The aim is to raise £100,000 for the chosen charities and they are already over halfway to reaching their goal.