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Shunsuke vs Del Piero
A hilarious and rather adorable commercial from Adidas's +10 campaign.

Shunsuke+10 versus DelPiero+10

The story is that both players have to put together a national team by finding fellow countrymen off the streets. Shunsuke is in Glasgow, making his task very difficult. He goes to a local Kendo class (Japanese fencing) and is asking "Are any Japanese here?" and the students take off their masks to reveal they are far from Asian. Then he goes to an English language school, and there appears one Japanese person, who mumbles, "I can't play football, but I can play the bagpipe!" So he plays a little... And it turns out the bagpipe player has 10 Japanese friends in the city, who he calls.

DelPiero has a bit of an easier time, asking around the city for places where people are playing. An old man says he is too old to play, but he finds a group playing in a local court. He tries the players out, and picks his team.

The Japanese players are a bit awestruck to find out that not only will they play with Shunsuke, they will be playing against the even more famous DelPiero. One Japanese player grumbles "though the other are gawking at DelPiero, I will be playing for the jugular". The two teams accidentally meet in a resturant, and the Italian team is overheard scoffing at the Japanese team -- "Japanese people can't play football, all they do is play video games." Ouch...
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