Messi’s Dribbling Run Versus Real Madrid

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Of course everyone’s talking about Messi’s dribbing run, carving through the Real Madrid defenders to score his second goal, but it is that small little passing exchange with Sergio Busquets that
sets him free and allows him to score in many ways.

It is this type of understanding that makes Barcelona, well, Barcelona. If Busquets doesn’t leave the ball for Messi, there is no goal. But those supporting passes, those here just hold the ball for a second and then give it back to me when I’ve seen what I want to do and have build up speed, momentum: these are the kinds of passes that make this team unique. This is the Barcelona style of play. Yes, if you add in a little genius like Messi than that team is 100 times better.


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