The whole world wept when Iniesta played his last match for Barcelona before moving to Japan. The sight of Iniesta sitting alone in the middle of the Camp Nou pitch will reverberate forever. Imagine, how the World would react when he will hang up his boots after the FIFA World Cup 2018 ends. Iniesta is due to lead his country to a fourth successive World Cup. He has played 126 matches for La Roja and has helped them win the 2010 FIFA World Cup scoring the winning goal against the Dutch side. He also helped them won the 2008 and 2012 edition of Euro Cup.
Iniesta has cemented his legacy as one of the best players ever to grace the game. Considered as the best midfielder of this decade even ahead of his friend and teammate Xavi, Iniesta is the gentleman of the game and the hero to many.