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Sergio Busquets is a special player and an absolute joy to watch. Last night, in the 2-0 Champions League victory over Inter Milan, he produced a piece of play that still has us gawking right now.
The ball was played to him in the centre of the pitch under pressure from two Inter Milan players. But as we know by now, the Spaniard is pretty much immune to pressing and just looks at ease whenever he's on the ball.
What followed was Busquets receiving the ball on his chest, flicking the ball over two Inter attackers in stereo and then laying it back off to a teammate.
We're not exaggerating when we see there aren't any many defensive midfielders who have that in their locker, but then again there aren't any other players in that role who have the same jaw-dropping skill-set as Sergio Busquets.
At the weekend, Busquets provided another example of how gifted and intelligent a player he is.
Playing as Barcelona's deep-lying midfielder, you have to be extremely comfortable on the ball and always available - even if the goalkeeper feeds you the ball under intense pressure from the opposition.
When Marc-Andre Ter Stegen passed to Busquets from a goal-kick against Sevilla, four players were pressing high up the pitch, including two closing him down rapidly, but the Spain international dealt with the situation perfectly.
So simple, yet so beautiful. Sergio Busquets. pic.twitter.com/RsMU9aDLJS
- Mohamed Osama (@_DrOsama) October 21, 2018
Busquets, creative solution @coachdogge pic.twitter.com/vVhY0J8Gi0
- The @coachdogge Project (@coach_dogge) October 21, 2018
Obviously, he doesn't do anything that Eric Dier can't do though.
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