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    • Beyond his individual qualities, he is also a well-rounded, hard-working team player, known for his creative combinations, in particular with former Barcelona midfielders Xavi and Andrés Iniesta.Lionel Messi-Wikipedia
    • The most successful Barcelona player is Lionel Messi with 34 trophies, surpassing Andrés Iniesta, with 32 trophies.FC Barcelona-Wikipedia
    • On 6 December 2011, Andrés Iniesta – who played for the club in his youth before joining Barcelona – became the club's major shareholder, donating €420,000 to the cash-strapped club.Albacete Balompié-Wikipedia
    • During the Clásico on 2 May 2009, however, he played for the first time as a false nine, positioned as a centre-forward but dropping deep into midfield to link up with Xavi and Andrés Iniesta.Lionel Messi-Wikipedia
    • Under the era of Pep Guardiola, powered by La Masia's talent, such as Lionel Messi, Xavi and Andrés Iniesta, Barcelona added two straight Liga titles in 2009 and 2010.La Liga-Wikipedia
    • They advanced to their first World Cup final since 1978 but fell to Spain 1–0 after midfielder Andrés Iniesta scored in extra time.Netherlands national football team-Wikipedia

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