Andrés Iniesta has scored his first goal in Japanese football and it's simply outstanding.
The Spanish midfielder made the move from Barcelona to Viseel Kobe last summer after an exceptional La Liga career and looks set for a successful stint in the J1 League if this effort is anything to go by.
The 34-year-old collected a pass from former Arsenal man Lukas Podolski and elegantly spun before coolly dispatching the ball into the back of the net.
Lovely from Iniesta. First goal in Japan pic.twitter.com/2oj7KURp0P
— Nestor Watach (@NestorWatach) August 11, 2018
Meanwhile, Barcelona have begun to move on from his 22-year stay at the club. This week they announced that Lionel Messi will succeed him as captain while Sergio Busquets will be the vice-captain.