Video .. a Sudanese with amputated hands showing the ball "better than Dembele and Griezmann"
The official Barcelona club account on "Twitter" posted a video clip of the Sudanese talent, Saber Muhammad (from the people of determination - amputated hands), in which he shows latent football skills, during which he demonstrated his abilities in taming the ball and transmitting it by foot, chest and head in a balanced and simulated two minutes.
Barcelona fans from all over the world interacted with the video clip, especially as Saber wears the shirt of the Argentine star Lionel Messi and is adept at playing the ball in a street in Sudan, while their pride in the Barcelona fan, Saber and his technical skills, led them to attack a number of Barça players who failed to convince the Catalan fans of their performance. The modest, led by the French Antoine Griezmann and Osman Dembele.
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The Sudanese fan, Hema, said: "Saber is my name, I swear by God, I am the most cheerful and joyful person, because I raised our head, monster. We are brothers after this. We need to see Saber himself in Barcelona."
The fan "Asensei" commented: "Better than Griezmann", referring to the French player who did not provide the desired level in the Catalan team despite the value of the deal, which reached 120 million euros with Atletico Madrid, which is what the fan "Nacho" went to but with criticism of the French. The other is Osman Dembli.
For his part, the fan, "Naawiya Tasma", said: "Good luck, Saber, in the grandfather of a creative person, God willing, we will see you one day from inside the Camp Nou." As for the Madrid fan, Hasko, he said: "Despite my encouragement to the royal, he is very proud that the video connects the Barcelona page."
The scene brings back to mind the video clip of Dembele when he contracted with Barcelona from Borussia Dortmund and presented it to the public and the press at a special ceremony for the occasion, and as usual, the players start when they are presented to show their skills in front of the cameras and journalists, but at that time it turned into a satirical material for the media because of his failure to tame the ball and transfer it between the feet Strangely enough, it does not betray a global player who was bought in a deal worth 147 million euros!
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