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Andres Iniesta is considered by many to be the best midfielder of his generation. He has won everything there is to win with club and country, and his skill on the ball is second to none. Iniesta's ability to control the game from midfield is unrivalled, and he has been a key part of Barcelona and Spain's success over the past decade.
Iniesta's early years
Andres Iniesta began playing football at a young age, and it quickly became apparent that he had a natural talent for the game. Iniesta joined Barcelona's youth academy at the age of 12, and he quickly rose through the ranks to become one of the most promising young players in the country.
In 2001, Iniesta made his debut for Barcelona's first team. He was just 18 years old at the time, but he quickly established himself as a regular starter for the Catalan giants. Over the next few years, Iniesta developed into one of the best midfielders in Europe, and he played a key role in Barcelona's historic treble-winning campaign in 2009.
Iniesta was a complete midfielder and was one of the best in the world during his prime. His playing style was exquisite and he was very quick on the ball. He had excellent dribbling skills and could easily take on defenders. Iniesta was also a terrific playmaker. He had a superb vision and could always find the right pass. He was also an excellent set-piece taker.
Iniesta left Barcelona after 16 years at the club in May 2018. He joined the Japanese side Vissel Kobe on a three-year deal, and he will reportedly earn €25 million per year. Iniesta reunited with former Barcelona teammate David Villa at Vissel Kobe, and he also played alongside Andres Iniesta's fellow World Cup winner Lukas Podolski.
Iniesta's time at Barcelona and his achievements
Andres Iniesta spent almost his entire career at Barcelona, and was the club's captain. He has made over 600 appearances for the Catalan giants scoring 57 goals and providing 138 assists and has won over 28 major trophies with the team.
Iniesta is widely regarded as one of Barcelona's greatest ever players. He is a four-time Champions League winner, and he has also won nine La Liga titles and six Copas del Rey. Iniesta has also been named in the Champions League Squad of the Season on five occasions, and he was named as the best player in Europe in 2012.
Another player that was a key component to Iniesta’s game was Xavi. The two midfield maestros played together for many years, first at Barcelona and then on the Spanish national team. Their understanding of the game was uncanny, and they were able to connect with each other on the pitch in a way that few other players have been able to do.
The combination of Iniesta and Xavi was so effective because they complimented each other’s strengths and weaknesses perfectly. Xavi was the more reserved of the two, often sitting deep in midfield and dictating the play with his pinpoint passing. Iniesta, on the other hand, was more attack-minded and would often make late runs into the box to get on the end of Xavi’s passes.
Together, they were a force to be reckoned with and helped Barcelona dominate possession in almost every game they played. They were also instrumental in Spain’s success at the 2010 World Cup and the 2012 Euros.
Winning the World Cup and Euros
As well as his success at the club level, Iniesta has also been a key player for the Spanish national team. He has made over 130 appearances for La Roja, scoring 13 goals and providing 29 assists. He scored the most important goal in the history of Spanish football when he put the ball past Netherland's Stekelenburg in the 2010 FIFA World Cup final giving Spain their first-ever World Cup.
In the Euros 2012, Iniesta was once again a key player for Spain as they went on to win the tournament. He was again a crucial player for the team winning three man of the match awards and he was subsequently named the Player of the Tournament.
Iniesta is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders of his generation, and he has won numerous individual awards. In 2010, he was named FIFA World Player of the Year, and he has also been named in the FIFA World Cup All-Star Team on two occasions. In 2012, he was named UEFA Best Player in Europe, and he has also won the La Liga Player of the Year award on three occasions.
On 27th April 2018, Iniesta announced his retirement from international football. He made the announcement at a press conference, and he said that he wanted to focus on his club career.
Andres Iniesta is one of the greatest midfielders of all time, and he will be remembered as one of Barcelona's and Spain's all-time greats. He has had a phenomenal career, and he has been an inspiration to many young players. Iniesta is a true legend of the game, and his legacy will live on for many years to come.