Manchester United winger Angel di Maria has shown how to execute the perfect rabona during a quick 15 second skill session which features as part of a new Coca Cola advert.
During the clip the £59.7 million signing from Real Madrid - kitted out in his Argentina national team training gear - explains the secret behind his showboating prowess and what has helped make him one of the most revered players in world football.
Di Maria is currently starring for his country at the Copa America in Chile, and netted two goals in last night's 6-1 thrashing of Paraguay to help Gerardo Martino's side advance to the final where they'll face the tournament hosts on Saturday.
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After a disappointing debut campaign in the Premier League last term it's easy to forget that Di Maria was regarded as one of the best footballers on the planet just 12 months ago after playing a starring role in Los Blancos' Champions League final victory over rivals Atletico Madrid.
Last summer he also played an important part in Argentina's run to the 2014 World Cup final, but for whatever reason has struggled to produce his best form at Old Trafford.
Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal appeared to lose patience with the South American towards the end of 2014/15 and urged him to work harder if he wanted to regain his place in the team.
Manchester United supporters will be hoping Di Maria returns to pre-season training with a little more confidence off the back of an already successful stint with the Albiceleste.
You can watch footage of Angel di Maria's short Coca Cola advert - uploaded by the fizzy drinks brand's official YouTube channel - in the video above, and have your say if you think the Argentine will get back to his best at Manchester United next season...
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