He's well known for his deadly accuracy in front of goal - and perhaps now we know the secret training routine that makes David Villa so sharp.
A banned advert has been released featuring the Barcelona striker knocking lumps out of a police patrol car with a ball.
The scene was filmed in 2010 to promote the computer game 'Need for Speed - Hot Pursuit' but was never aired because Barcelona thought it set the wrong example to fans.
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Free time: Villa is cruising around Los Angeles in a fast sports car in the banned commercial for computer game 'Need for Speed - Hot Pursuit'
Target: Villa spots the empty police car and pulls up alongside
Taking aim: Villa takes a Jabulani football from the passenger seat and starts firing shots at the police car
Villa had not long been at Barcelona and the club thought it would embarrass their new £30m star signing.
The advert starts with Villa cruising around Los Angeles in a sports car before he spies a parked police car on the beachfront.
Taking a Jabulani football from the passenger seat, he proceeds to knock a few dents into the bodywork with some well-placed volleys.
Nice location: The advert is supposedly shot in Los Angeles with the Hollywood sign visible in the background at one point
Control: Villa's ability with the unpredictable Jabulani is impressive
Needs some work: The police car after Villa has finished with it
His control of the notoriously unpredictable Jabulani is impressive, but Barcelona didn't approve of their players fighting the law and stepped in to ban the advert.
Having smashed a few windows, Villa returns to his car as the coppers emerge from the nearby diner before giving them the eye in the rear view mirror.
However, with Villa's respect for the police presumably beyond all doubt, we can now enjoy his skill.
Banned Need for Speed advert starring David Villa
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