Andres Iniesta's 2010 World Cup-Winning Goal Celebrated in Ice Lolly

Andres Iniesta won Spain the 2010 World Cup with his 116th-minute strike in the final against the Netherlands, and finally—finally—it's being recreated in an ice lolly.

Manufacturers Kalise have put together a boot-shaped lolly that symbolises the Barcelona midfielder's goal, featuring the Spanish colours (as well as orange, passion fruit and raspberry flavours).

The advert for it, which you can see above, is also quite something, even if you don't speak Spanish.

[Marca, H/T Who Ate All The Pies]

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