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Fans all saying the same thing as Xavi shows off sublime first touch on Barcelona sideline while wearing white trainers

FOOTY fans were left blown away after Xavi Hernandez showed off his sublime first touch on the sideline.

The former Barcelona midfielder, 42, is now manager after returning to the Nou Camp last year.

The ball looped high into the air
Hurtling from the skies, Xavi saw an opportunity to dust off his skills
The former midfield maestro controlled it beautifully

On the domestic front, things are going well for Xavi after a mega summer of spending, with Barca well in the title hunt.

They are just three points behind LaLiga leaders Real Madrid after cruising to a 4-0 win over Athletic Bilbao last night.

However, supporters were more impressed by Xavi’s skills as he watched the game from the sides.

A wayward kick from Bilbao’s goalie saw the ball spin wildly into the air.

It then dropped from a great height straight towards Xavi.

But the former playmaker had no fear about extending his leg and controlling the ball delicately in one swift movement, prompting raucous cheers from the crowd.

Fans at home were left blown away by Xavi’s touch too, with the veteran proving he could likely still hack it on the field.

And some couldn’t believe he did it all while wearing an immaculately-clean pair of white trainers.


One supporter gushed: “This touch from Xavi though.”

Another beamed: “Class is forever.”

One declared: “So good. Every kid that plays should watch this.”

Another yelled: “Man hasn’t played in years and is wearing some designed shoes. Still has a better touch than half his team.”

One laughed: “Maesto’s still got it.”

Another added: “That was super cool.”

Xavi is undoubtedly one of the greatest players ever, having scored 85 goals in 767 games for Barcelona.

He won eight titles and four Champions Leagues at the Nou Camp.

And after leaving in 2015, Xavi spent a further four years playing for Al Sadd before becoming the Qatari side’s manager.

Xavi also won 133 caps for Spain, winning two Euros and a World Cup in the process.

Xavi showed he’s still got it

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