Nike’s not exactly a brand known for its sense of humour, tending to use the inspiration of sport to plug its gear and shoes.
But a new spot from Wieden & Kennedy Amsterdam proves the sportswear giant can poke some fun at itself.
The ad, to promote the brand’s new Phantom range of football boots, tells of a mysterious player whose legend grows to phenomenal proportions.
It’s big budget and features a raft of the game’s stars including Ronaldinho, Neymar, Gennaro Gattuso and Andrea Pirlo. Check it our below:
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