Gareth Bale and Lionel Messi star in new adidas advert

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Adidas launched a new advertising campaign on Friday that features some of their most high-profile clients from the world of professional sport.

The likes of Lionel Messi, Gareth Bale, Luis Suarez and James Rodriguez all star in the short 60 second film that continues to spread across social media. 

From the World Cup pitches to the Olympic bobsleigh ice tracks, from the swagger of the sidewalk to the strut of the catwalk, from the NBA All Stars to concert stages, adidas supports and encourages the love of the game.

Sponsoring many of the world's best athletes, including Demarco Murray, Robert Griffin III, Derrick Rose, John Wall, Dan Carter, Novak Djokovic, Yohan Blake, Damian Lillard and Jessica Ennis-Hill.

The famous faces from yesteryear like David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and Sachin Tendulkar, also help ensure that the leading sports manufacturer continues to grow in popularity with consumers all over the planet.

In addition, adidas boast partnerships with many of the world's best teams and leagues across the globe, with Chelsea, Bayern Munich, AC Milan, Real Madrid and Ajax just some elite level sides that utilise the German multinational corporation's market leading products and accessories.

The message is clear from the latest advertorial as consumers are encouraged to make a difference by doing something to be remembered. Yesterday is gone, but today is up for grabs - it's yours for the taking!

In order to be the very best in their field, players like Bale and Suarez have had to rise above their competition in order to stand out. That's exactly what every other aspiring young sportsman or woman must do if they are going to reach the top.

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