Andres Iniesta produces brilliant run against Espanyol

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Andres Iniesta has enjoyed quite the career. The Barcelona superstar has wowed fans with his wonderful range of passing for many, many years. 

At 31, the Spain international is still going strong, of course, and he was once again at his sublime best during Barca's stalemate against rivals Espanyol on Saturday.

There's no doubt about it, the moment of the match arrived in just the 13th minute as Iniesta produced a moment of magic. 


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Swerving in and out of the incoming Espanyol stars, the ball appeared to be locked at the feet of Iniesta, who eventually played a wonderful cross-field pass to set up an attack. 

As you can see in the video below, Iniesta still has so much more to give as he approaches the latter stages of his career. 

Pogba words

One man who will certainly be hoping to emulate Iniesta during his career is Juventus ace Paul Pogba. The dynamic Frenchman is recognised as one of the leading young midfielders in world football and he has revealed that he watches Iniesta in an attempt to learn the game. 

As reported by Goal, the former Manchester United man stated: "I have to find the right moment to make the pass. I must learn, and for that I watch Iniesta."

Iniesta really is that good and we can only hope that he will continue to prove his class over the coming years. 

Do you think Pogba and Iniesta will play alongside each other at Barcelona? 

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