Three experts talk about the fine art of dribbling and Latin American football. Not only did they play with the ball for decades (Moritz Rinke still does today as a striker in the DFB national team), but as journalists they reported on the extremely dramatic events. Which Latin American football artists have left their mark on us? Was it the Brazilians at the end of the 50s/beginning of the 60s with Didi, Vavà, Pelè, and Garrincha – or rather the galactic Argentines around Maradona years later? Who are the best students today?