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Andrés Iniesta says on interview he loves Breaking Bad and Denzel Washington


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Andrés Iniesta, the La Liga-winning Barcelona midfielder, took part in a Q&A session promoted by one of the club's sponsors in which he answered questions from fans and media.

When asked about what he does on off-days, Iniesta said he loves watching Breaking Bad and Denzel Washington. Clearly a poser.

Secrets to success? The secrets of Barça are the same as any group: respect, solidarity, hard work, effort... There aren't secrets for things to work, but sport has a particularly special way of working: luck, refereeing decisions...

Best moment in football? I've had many important moments. But the first step was my debut for the first team. The day I made it in Brugge was the most important, although [my first game] at Camp Nou against Huelva was also [important]. The titles, the goal at Stamford Bridge -- the best of my career -- are other happy moments, but what stays with me is my debut.

Free time? At the moment I most like to spend time with my daughter, see what she does, how she grows... she surprises me every day. I also like any sport, television series... The last I saw was Breaking Bad, I like it a lot. As for films, anything with Denzel Washington. He's my favourite actor.

Stay at Barça? My idea is to live in Barcelona after my playing career. I don't think there is any place like it. I came here as a 12-year-old; I have grown here. I hope I can continue here for a long time, linked with sport and with Barça, my life. FC Barcelona and Catlonia have given me so much.

Shirt numbers: I don't mind if I wear No.6 or No.8. They are the two numbers most important, my numbers. No.34 and No.24 were my first numbers, but No.6 and No.8 are the most magic. Xavi played for the national team first and had already chosen No.8.

Source: Sport

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