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PHOTO GALLERY: Barcelona's Xavi shows glimpse of his skills in Egypt


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(Photo: Courtesy of Campus Xavi Palm Hills Facebook page)
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Former Egypt midfielder Mohamed Shawki in a challenge over the ball with Xavi (Photo: Courtesy of Campus Xavi Palm Hills Facebook page)
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Xavi talks to former Egypt skipper Ahmed Hassan (Photo: Courtesy of Campus Xavi Palm Hills Facebook page)
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Egyptian movie star Ahmed El-Saqqa took part in the exhibition (Photo: Courtesy of Campus Xavi Palm Hills Facebook page)
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(Photo: Courtesy of Campus Xavi Palm Hills Facebook page)
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Xavi and his family pose with the Egyptian actor Ahmed El-Saqqa in front of the Great Pyramids of Giza, 22 December, 2014 (Photo: El-Saqqa's Facebook page)
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Spain and Barcelona star Xavi (L) poses with Egyptian actor Ahmed El-Saqqa in front of the Great Pyramids of Giza, 22 December, 2014 (Photo: El-Saqqa's Facebook page)
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Barcelona star Xavi poses next to Egyptian actor Ahmed El-Saqqa (R) in Cairo, Egypt, 21 December, 2014 (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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Barcelona star Xavi speaks during a news conference in Cairo, Egypt, 21 December, 2014 (Photo: Mohamed Maher)
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