Former Barcelona star Andres Iniesta wants you to see how he’s training to keep fit during coronavirus lockdown [Video]

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Former Barcelona player, Andres Iniesta has shared a video on his social media platform to show his 33.7 million followers how he is keeping fit during this coronavirus lockdown. The 35-year-old attacking midfielder was pictured in the video in a work out session in his personal gym house.

Andres Iniesta had an amazing career time in Barcelona since he joined the team as a teenager. The Spaniard climbed every ladder of success to become a famous footballer playing for one of the most successful clubs in the world. Iniesta’s partnership with fellow countryman, Xavi Hernandez saw Barcelona rule the Barcelona Spain League for years and multiple times the Champions of Europe.

Andres Iniesta left the Catalan club in 2018 after a successful season as he prides his trade in Japan playing professionally for Vissel Kobe. Before he left Barcelona, he had spent over 12 years playing for the first flight of Barcelona team after spending several years in the youth wing of the club.

The 35-year-old Spaniard is one of the unfortunate players in the world when it comes to personal glory. Like Messi and Ronaldo who have almost all competitions and every personal glory a footballer can win but have not lifted the World Cup. Andres Iniesta, on the other hand, won the Champions League, World Cup, La Liga and every other trophy that a team can win. However, when it comes to personal glory, the long-standing argument has always been that Lionel Messi robbed that Spaniard in 2010 to win the Balon d’Or.

How Leo Messi robbed Andres Iniesta and Wesley Sneijder to take the 2010 Balon d’Or

Lionel Messi came under a heavy criticism 2010 after he was announced as the winner of the Balon d’Or. Meanwhile, the most expected players to win the award was Andres Iniesta and Wesley Sneijder.

Iniesta made an impeccable contribution to ensure that Spain won the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. He scored the deciding goal at the final stage of the competition against Holland, just like Fabio Cannavaro did in 2006 to win the Balon d’Or title for that year.

Wesley Sneijder won the Champions League with Inter Milan in 2010 and he played at the final stage of the 2010 World Cup against Spain, unlike Argentina Lionel Messi that was thrashed out of the competition at the quarter-finals of the competition by Germany.

However, the entire was stunned when Lionel Messi was announced as the winner of the trophy.

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