Zinedine Zidane was given the tough task of selecting his 5-a-side team from former teammates.
His choice for goalkeeper was slightly surprising. Zidane of course was teammates with Iker Casillas, and the former Real Madrid keeper is regarded as one of the best-ever at his position.
Frenchman Fabien Barthez, however, got the nod in Zidane's team and it's understandable. Barthez's heroics helped Zidane win the most important trophy of his career, of course, the 1998 World Cup, so you can't blame the legendary playmaker for picking his compatriot.
The rest of the team is harder to pick. Zidane played with some of the world's best, including Alessandro del Piero, Thierry Henry, Luis Figo, Raul, David Beckham...the list literally goes on.
Ultimately, it was two Brazilians who made the cut, as Zidane picked former Real Madrid teammates Roberto Carlos and Ronaldo, along with himself.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas is more used to saving shots inside the penalty area than having a pop himself, but the Costa Rican showed he is handy enough with the ball at his feet.
He took on team-mate Nacho in the second part of Copa90's five-shot challenge - and showed off his class at the club's Valdebebas training base.
The 30-year-old was joined by the Copa90 crew to test his skills.
Real Madrid defender Nacho took on Copa90's five-shot challenge and made it look easy.
The 27-year-old Madrileño showed off his skills at the club's training ground in Valdebebas, joined by the Cop90 crew.
Make sure you wait until the chip at the end of the video.