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Video: Lionel Messi Amazing Ball Control in Japanese Game Show

Lionel Messi showed some of skills of amazing ball control during a Japanese game show. A video of insane ball control was also recorded featuring Messi with his amazing skills of ball control. A Japanese game show tried testing just how good Messi is by having him kick the ball over an 18m bar about 60 feet – running, underneath, and controlling it on the other side.

Video of Messi Amazing Ball Control in Japanese Show

The 27 year old footballer juggled for few seconds and then kicked the ball into the air. The ball crossed the bar tired on a crane, he quickly went to other side of bar and controlled it without letting it hit the ground.

he then adds flare to the dramatic by doing a few keepy-uppies after the landing. If only the soundrack was set to Led Zepplin’s original “Kashmir” instead of the Puff Daddy knockoff “come with me” from the ill fated 1998 Godzilla movie, perfection would be achieved.

He is renowned for his first touch and dribbling prowess, but this is something altogether weirder and more impressive. Masahiro Tanaka’s wife Mai Satoda, a sometimes Japanese game show presenter, does not appear to be involved. You can watch and save the .gif picture of this video which is given below.

Messi amazing ball control skill in Japanese showLionel Messi can also play keepy-ups with himself by booting a ball over a barricade sixty feet in the air, running to where is drops, controlling it, and doing it all over again. How is that possible? Many be his feed are coated by glue, but that was a joke.

Messi is again voted for the top 3 contenders of 2014 best player. At this point, the voters of FIFA Ballon d’Or should have to take into account Japanese performances, for the are the true tests of ridiculous

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Roman studied at Mainor High School in Estonia. After he went to University of Tartu for obtaining Master of Arts degree in specialization “Design and development of virtual environments” in 2009. Few years later he has founded BRO OU Company, which maintains web projects like Roman played football for the University of Tartu in a position of a midfielder for 3 years. He truly loves this game and happy to be part of that world. MSc. Editor has many projects to maintain, but Footballwood is one of the favorites. “Our project is inspired by a passion for that magnificent game, which I played since childhood. And today we are happy to connect our life and work with football”, this is how Roman describes Footballwood. Personal contact: “[email protected]” Also, visit page “Contact US” if you want to know more about Roman’s company.

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