Patrice Evra Showcased In a Nike Computer Game: Video

Trust Nike to produce one of the most imaginative and innovative commercials to showcase Patrice Evra’s career as a footballer, but amazingly they’ve done it (watch above video).

The video celebrates Evra’s career by putting him inside classic 8-bit computer games. Each level of the game is his career at a different football club that he’s played for. It’s pure quality!

Take a look and pass the link around to your friends.

Thanks to 101 Great Goals for finding the video.

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6 Responses to Patrice Evra Showcased In a Nike Computer Game: Video

  1. Tyson says:

    lol damn that was creative and very funny.

    Great video for a great player.

  2. Nick says:

    lol @ the 8-bit Ribery with his blotchy scar. Funny video.

  3. johnny utah says:

    video’s not really accurate, needs way more shots of patricia evra constantly diving, flopping, and whining, and then blaming it on racism.

  4. A superb video for a fantastic player. That was really funny.

  5. Hi…
    I see this blog. It is really nice video in this video. It is very funny. I like this video. Thanks for sharing …

  6. Aaron Lennon against average seems just like Thuram felt average against George Weah, Paolo Maldini has had, on average, against Andre Kanchelskis.

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