Gerard Piqué and Iker Casillas are two of the most iconic Spanish players ever. Despite playing during almost all of their professional careers for rival teams, as FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, they unite themselves to win the first World Cup in Spain national team history, an historical conquer.
Surprisingly, now that they are older, they got involved in a fight that nobody expected. Casillas announced the arrival of bottles of beer he received from Budweiser, sponsor of Lionel Messi, for every single goal that the Argentinian scored him, in a campaign for the record as the player who scored the most for clubs.
Piqué appeared in the post made on Instagram with a very hard comment, saying that he could give Casillas a hand to carry so many bottles, making fun for the number of goals he received from Messi. The goalkeeper did not take the joke in a good mood and told Piqué that he had a lot of time free nowadays and that he was talking too much.
All in all, what started as a joke ended in a bad mood in the Instagram post between the two legends. Piqué has turned 34 years old this week and continues playing for FC Barcelona, with a contract for two more years, while Casillas announces his retirement on August 2020 and will keep linked to the soccer world.