Iniesta, in the recording studio with six people. Work done. They have finished four intense months of filming the documentary about his career. It remains to mount more than 50 hours of footage in which 54 characters have participated, ranging from his family, to his lifelong friends to the biggest stars in world football.Before leaving the studio, Marcos López, the documentary writer, asks Iniesta if they can do a last shot while listening to an audio. Without image. It’s a surprise. Iniesta accepts, but does not know what they are talking about.They turn on the player and The voice of Lluís Flaquer sounds powerful narrating for Cadena SER the fourth goal of Barça in the final of the Wanda Cup against Sevilla. The last title and the last goal of Andrés with the Blaugrana shirt.While listening to Flaqui singing “Iniestaa, Iniestaaa. Oh captain, my captain” Andrés’s eyes light up, goose bumps appear and he recounted “that day I was flying in the fields, everything came out, I slipped and the farewell by the Barça and Sevilla fans when they changed me. That Do not forget”. Iniesta’s last blaugrana flight, which marks two years on Wednesday. That day, Barça won the final against Sevilla 0-5, Iniesta played a great game, scored an anthology goal and everyone was excited at the change in the 87th minute when Valverde gave him the tribute of the public, including Sevilla fans. Iniesta llóro and those tears offset those of the change of three weeks before at the Olympic in Rome, when he understood that he was no longer going to lift the Champions as captain.That moment in which Iniesta goes to Messi and puts the captain’s armband on him and they melt into a hug made up for Rome. That game and that goal against Sevilla are an important part of the 86-minute documentary that Rakuten TV premieres open (free) simultaneously in 42 countries. Marcos López wrote it, wrote it Pep Bras and directed it Oriol Bosch. All of them under the supervision of “Iniesta, who has been a co-writer, co-director and co-producer. He has been absolutely on top of the project,” explains López, who adds that “the doors have been opened to interview the biggest soccer stars. We visited five countries in five days and he took care from a distance of everything was ready and called us constantly ”.Now, Iniesta, that hero born in Fuenmtealbilla, for whom no one gave a penny to get him to Albacete, then to Barça and later the man who took a country to the streets is still active in Japan, living legend. Two years ago he starred in his last blaugrana flight.