Video: Barcelona Players Take On The Club Staff At Bubble Football

Video: Barcelona Players Take On The Club Staff At Bubble Football

Barcelona continued their pre-season schedule with a 4-2 win over Leicester last night.

The La Liga giants took on the Foxes in the International Champions Cup at Stockholm’s Friends Arena.

Leicester new boy Ahmed Musa grabbed the headlines after scoring twice against the Spanish champions but Barca still managed to see the game out pretty comfortably.

Skipper Lionel Messi didn’t score himself but still played a part in three of the goals.

The feel good factor is present in the Barca camp ahead of the new season as they bid to make it three titles in a row this year.

And the fun-filled mood spread on to the training pitch as the star-studded squad took on the backroom staff in a game of bubble football.

Manager Luis Enrique assembled his coaching team to line-up against Messi and Co for what proved to be a rather hilarious session.

You can check out the how they got on in the video below:

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What’s most impressive perhaps is the fact that Luis Suarez still managed to pull off a trademark finish and celebration while engulfed in a huge inflatable ball.

The Barca stars take on more English opponents this weekend when they travel to Wembley to take on Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side in what is sure to be another tasty exhibition match.

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