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Iniesta dribbles and jaws drop
by Samuel Charles, November 23rd, 2012 7AM

TAGS:  video


[VIDEO PICK: Magic Feet] Andres Iniesta's exquisite dribbling during Barcelona's 3-0 Champions League victory over Spartak Moscow. ...

After a week full of soccer and culinary gluttony, we’ve got a little Iniesta to cleanse your palate -- with the reluctant superstar proving, yet again, he can dribble in a phone booth without even breaking a sweat.

It’s been rumored Iniesta was born with magic feet, which allow him to bend space and time whenever they’re near a soccer ball.

Don’t believe it?

Just ask these suddenly superstitious Spartak defenders…

  1. Ernest Irelan
    commented on: November 23, 2012 at 10:12 a.m.
    Inesta is not the first athlete to prove that quick feet are a very valuable, Mohammed Ali was one in the boxing ring...running back, Walter Payten, another...none were exceptionally big, just plain good with the technical skills used with fast feet....most big players can not develope the quick feet, but a very few can...mostly, they are the avg. size with agility an quckness, the example I use if playing cat an mouse game...
  1. Amos Annan
    commented on: November 23, 2012 at 7:08 p.m.
    George Best was much better. Look and his youtube video toward the end of his career with San Jose Earthquakes (best I have ever seen).

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