Dribble past defenders? Check.
Make said defenders look foolish? Check.
Place a shot in the perfect spot in front of a forest of defenders? Check.
Do it all without breaking stride? Check.
Yep, Lionel Messi did Lionel Messi things en route to scoring his first goal of the 2014 World Cup. The goal gave Argentina a 2-0 lead over Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 65th minute.
Yes, it’s only Messi’s second goal in World Cup play and first since 2006, but that’s a little misleading since the Argentina team is finally catered to bring out the best of Messi — the Messi we see week-in, week-out at Barcelona.