Has former Barca star Marquez publicly opposed Trump's wall with clever free-kick video?

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The Mexico legend told supporters that a wall won't keep them from their goals if they have confidence in themselves

Mexico captain Rafa Marquez took to social media Wednesday to express his opposition to the ideas of United States President Donald Trump.

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The same day that Trump signed an executive order to start construction on a complete border wall, the Atlas and El Tri defender sent a tweet referencing Trump's plans.

"There's no wall capable of stopping us if we believe in ourselves," Marquez tweeted, adding his hashtag that blends his number four with the Spanish word for attitude. He also added video of a free kick he smashed over a wall and in while playing with FC Barcelona. 

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Marquez and the Mexican national team were in the United States just after the election of Trump, who has drawn sharp condemnition from Mexican elected officials for his border wall, immigration and tax plans, beating the Americans 2-1 in a World Cup qualifier.

The two teams posed together for a photo before the match in a show of solidarity.

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