Both Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal) and Andres Iniesta (Barcelona) exemplify the utmost control footballers and the pair use the CTR360 II football boot. Their ability to control pace and set up their teammates for numerous goal scoring opportunities sets them apart.
FRANCESC FABREGAS: THE MAESTRO
Cesc Fabregas combines technical fluency with the capability to single-handedly direct match speed. He has supplied greater assists (16) in his club’s domestic league since the beginning of the 2009/10 campaign than all other players. Cesc has manufactured an opportunity every 24.8 min’s on average, a leading league statistic amongst normal players. Of note, Cesc was the most productive player in terms of executing opportunities for his colleagues in Europe’s top 5 leagues in season 2009-2010, setting up a chance every 29 minutes.
ANDRES INIESTA: THE MAGICIAN
Andr?s Iniesta demonstrated his ability to change games this summer in South Africa and it’s no surprise that his accuracy in passing and ratio in assists established him as one of the best in the world. In Europe’s premier cup competition this season, Iniesta located a team-mate with 90% of his attempts. Iniesta has recorded an equal competition high 16 goalscoring chances for teammates in spain’s European qualifiers. Last season in his club league, the gifted schemer recorded an inconceivable 93.7% accurate passing rate in the centre of the field.
With position specifications a top priority, the Nike CTR360 Maestri II Elite contains six key elements for the athlete looking for a premium soccer shoe.
The CTR360 Maestri II is launched worldwide as of January 1st 2011.