Video: David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and Gareth Bale star in new Adidas advert
Football stars from past and present have kick about around house in new ad
Saturday 07 June 2014
Adidas have released their latest all-star advert including the likes of David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and Gareth Bale.
The trio are joined by PSG’s Brazilian winger Lucas Moura as they have a kick about around Beckham’s plush living and dining rooms, destroying his illustrious trophy cabinet in doing so.
While playing a games console the young pair of Moura and Bale mock the more seasoned Becks and Zizou before the former England captain challenges them to a game of two on two.
Tricks and skills ensue with glass shelves, chandeliers and all manners of furniture getting ill treatment has the stars of past and present world football take each other on.
This must have been a good way for Bale and Moura to past some time with neither taking part in this summer’s Brazil World Cup.
Adidas close the add with their new ‘All in or nothing’ tag line to cap the latest in a line of memorable commercials from the sportswear giants.
Check out the video below and enjoy…
What do you make of Adidas’ new star studded advert, leave your comments below.
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