Today is finally the day…
Farewell To Andrés Iniesta As He Play His Last Game For Barcelona Against Real Sociedad Today.
After 22 years at the club, Barcelona will say goodbye to Andrés Iniesta after today’s game with Real Sociedad
Andrés Iniesta is a Spanish footballer who plays for the Spanish national team and the Spanish club ‘FC Barcelona.’ He is the current captain of ‘FC Barcelona.’ Born in a small village of the Albacete province of Spain, he joined the club ‘Albacete Balompié’ as a kid, before being discovered by agents from ‘Barcelona.’ ‘Barcelona’ acquired him for their youth program, and in 1999, Iniesta led his team to secure a title win at the ‘Nike Premier Cup.’ In the nail-biting final match, he scored the winning goal for his team in the last minute and was named the ‘Player of the Tournament.’ In 2002, he made his debut in the first-team of ‘Barcelona.’ From 2004, he became a regular with the team. Since then, he has remained an inseparable part of the team. He led his team to secure two trebles and has won more trophies than any other Spanish footballer in the history of the game. He has also served in his national squad as part of teams of different age groups. After making his senior-team debut, he has been part of the Spanish teams that have won the 2008 ‘Euro Cup,’ the 2010 ‘World Cup,’ and the 2012 ‘Euro.’ He is rightly considered to be one of the best footballers of this generation and one of the all-time greatest midfielders.