The football world has seen a lot of legendary players come and go, but the beautiful game lives Stadium and still gives birth and rise to more fascinating players. There have been great men to have featured in and played the sport. One of these legends is Spanish midfield legend Andrés Iniesta.

The former La Masia graduate at Barcelona played and flourished for the club, and also donned the Spain shirt which he wore with pride and created many memories with.

Iniesta, who now plays for Vissel Kobe has spoken of his desire to watch the FIFA World Cup in 2022 which will be played in Qatar. He said he loves the facilities that are currently being put in place in the host country, to aid the hosting of the prestigious tournament.

Iniesta is no stranger to the World Cup, having won the trophy for his country by netting the winning goal against the Netherlands in the 2010 edition of the tournament.

While he may have gone off the spotlight after retiring for Spain and leaving boyhood club Barcelona, he is still making exploits with his current team Vissel Kobe – a team in the Qatar League – and fact recently scored the goal that sent them into the 2020 AFC Champions League last 16.

Vissel Kobe defeated past Champions Guangzhou Evergrenade 3-1 in their tie-on Wednesday, a match that was played at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha – one of the venues that have been selected to be used for the 2022 World Cup.

The 36-year-old Iniesta has been left impressed and satisfied with the facilities that have been offered to be used at the Khalifa International Stadium, admitting that it would be great to return to the venue and enjoy the magic the World Cup would be offering.