Barcelona players star in Qatar Airways advert

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Barcelona stars past and present show their acting skills in a brilliant new advert for Qatar Airways.

The 90 second clip jumps from player-to-player in a variety of different scenarios, from sleeping on a plane to painting a mosaic of the Catalan giants' brightest stars.

Unsurprisingly, summer signing Neymar plays a big role in the ad, which is titled 'A team that unites the world'.

The Brazilian playmaker is seen producing some skills in an airport, flicking some luggage onto a trolley and then going about his life as normal - after getting through Gerard Pique on passport control.

Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets are two painters, whilst legendary striker Gary Lineker is your not-so-average taxi driver.

Lionel Messi takes a fitness class, Carles Puyol heads a plant pot and an air stewardess makes it to the Nou Camp just in time to watch the big game.

This really is one of the better football adverts of modern times, and you can enjoy it by watching at the top of the story...

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