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Incredible New Nike Football Advert


The battle of the football adverts has begun in earnest with just over a month until the big World Cup kick-off. And Nike have seriously gone to town with their effort.

It lasts over 4 minutes and features a host of the world's biggest stars - including Zlatan Ibrahimovich, who hasn't let non-qualification for Brazil get in the way of his starring role - as they do battle in a winner-stays-on game over the park. Sort of.

It's brilliantly done and builds to an epic finish - see what you think by watching below.

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