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Andres Iniesta - Los mejores momentos - 2012-13

Andres Iniesta y Xavi son considerados el verdadero motor del Barcelona. Si claro que Messi es el mejor del mundo, pero sin Iniesta y Xavi en el medio campo, Barcelona no domina el balon como lo domina estos días.
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