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Messi, Ronaldo, Iniesta, Suarez and James show skills in Chinese TV show

La Liga's finest, including Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Andres Iniesta and Luis Suarez and James Rodriguez, have all appeared on Chinese TV in recent months performing various tricks.

Some of world football's top talent have made their mark on the Chinese television station Zhejiang's TV programme "Luyin Jichengzhe" (Super Successor), with Ronaldo the latest to showcase his keep-ups with a tennis ball.

With the aim of getting more Chinese children interested in football, the show has seen the cream of the crop perform various challenges and, thanks to a linkup with Spanish paper Marca, they can now be seen globally too.

Here's some of the best.

Lionel Messi scores a basket from 15 yards:

Luis Suarez shoots blindfolded against the goalkeeper:

James Rodriguez plays target practice:

Others have also been busy with Barcelona's Andres Iniesta controlling, volleying and beating a goalkeeper with a shot from the centre circle, while Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres takes on China's all-time top scorer, Hao Haidong, in a game of one-on-one.

The good news is that it appears more are to come with Bayern's Thomas Muller, Inter's Stefan Jovetic and a host of former players like Pippo Inzaghi, Javier Zanetti and Fabio Cannavaro set to take part.

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