In the goal scored by Ibai Gomez here (1:18)—which put Athletic Bilbao 2-1 up—just watch the beautiful assist made by Fernando Llorente.
Thanks to his powerful physique, the defender backed off and gave him room. While looking solely at the ball—and with his back to goal—Llorente dragged the ball back away from the defender's challenge and poked it through into the space beyond the last man.
He didn't look up once; he just concentrated completely on what he was doing and trusted his teammate would be there to finish off the move.
It worked brilliantly. Two kicks of the ball and Llorente had not only evaded two defenders' challenges, but also created a goal.
It was a quick, instinctive, intricate move with great control, finesse and awareness that summed up Llorente and the technical ability of these Athletic players.
Andy Carroll and Fernando Torres take note: If you can't score goals, you need to create them—and Fernando Llorente has just shown you how.
Just like the whole Athletic Bilbao team has shown everyone else in the sport how the game should be played.