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Mexican second division side Venados F.C sign Andres Iniestra

The Yucatan-based side signed the midfielder leaving everyone baffled

Every experienced Pro Evo 5 player knows what it’s like to play with Von Mistelroum, aka Ruud van Nistelrooy, or Radolno.

But Mexican second division side Venados FC have taken that to the next level by signing none other than Andres Iniestra.

Never have I ever wanted to play in Mexico

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Never have I ever wanted to play in Mexico

Nope, you’ve read that wrong. Go on, read it again.

Your eyes still deceiving you? We’ll spelt it out phonetically- IN-EE-ES-TRA.

The 21-year-old midfielder, who previously played for Pumas in the Liga MX, has joined Venados, much to the amusement of football fans across the globe.

Never has an ‘R’ been so important

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Never has an ‘R’ been so important

The rogue ‘R’ in his name probably saved Venados around £50million, plus wages.

So let’s compare the two.

Iniesta has 117 international caps, while Iniestra has none. Iniesta has four Champions League titles, while Iniestra has none.

Posing with ol’ big ears

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Posing with ol’ big ears

Iniesta also comes out on top when it comes to World Cups, European Championships and pretty much any other trophy you can name.

But has he ever played in the Mexican second division?

You’ve got him there Andres (Iniestra).

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