There’s a commercial aired during World Cup coverage (at least in the US, but it could be aired anywhere) which runs as follows :
Two kids in a dusty, impoverished-looking neighborhood begin picking sides for a soccer game. They call on actual current players (who appear as they are called), most of whom I don’t know. At the end, as the game is about to start, it freezes on one kid and shows “José +10” (I think that’s the number).
Can someone who’s seen this identify some of the players? There appears to be something going on with some of the names - at one point José calls someone and the other kid laughs, then the guy shows up (and I think he shakes hands with (Beckham?)).
I’m also not sure what the number at the end is. Seems way too big for a point spread (unless he managed to pick amazing players). Is there another system commonly used to show an advantage?