Gerard Pique at the age of 10, in 1997, he entered the children’s divisions of the FC Barcelona. A few years later he joined Lionel Messi, both members of the historic generation of 87’s The Massia. Although the defender had a brief spell at Real Zaragoza and played three Premier League seasons for Manchester United, they shared a lot together and were key pieces of Barça’s golden era.
For this reason, after a long road traveled together, the Spaniard was expected to call or, at least, send a message to the Argentine after the World Cup, that dream that Leo had been pursuing for so many years and which has come true in Qatar 2022. However, none of this happened.
In dialogue with tiktoker John Nellis, Piqué He commented that he didn’t congratulate Messi after the World Cup. “He It’s crazy, but the truth is that I was totally disconnected. I didn’t see any match, only the final and not the whole match. I went on vacation for a few days. My last few months have been difficult and I really needed a break from football.”
Is that at this moment the Blaugrana icon has separated from Shakira, his partner for more than 12 years and with whom he had two children, and was the subject of criticism after an alleged infidelity of the former footballer came to light, with the addition of the song that the singer dedicated to him and which broke viewing records worldwide. Piqué has hung up his boots and tries to rebuild his life while he is sentenced to death King’s League, a seven-a-side amateur league that he promoted himself along with a group of streamers.
In that same interview, he also praised Paris Saint Germain’s Argentine star. “At the moment he is the best in the world and I think he is the best in history in this match among those who have won the World Cup. It was his dream”, She said.
And he has not escaped the relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo. “The fight between them was impressive. I think, in terms of talent, Messi is definitely number one. It is true that Cristiano has worked very hard to try to compete and fight for that first place but if you see the career of both I would definitely choose Messi. He is the best player in the world and he proved it at the World Cup.” praise.
Then he chose Iker Casillas, Carles Puyol and Cesc Fabregas respectively best goalkeeper, defender and midfielder, his teammates in the Spanish team that won the Euro 2008-World Cup 2010-Euro 2012 titles and marked an era.
About that golden age of The Red, He said the following when asked by Sergio Ramos, direct rival in the Spanish classic. “We were friends until Mourinho arrived at Real Madrid and our meetings there were very strong. At the time, the relationship in the national team wasn’t the best. When Mourinho left we managed to recover that relationship and it was the key to winning the Euro Cup 2012 and having all the success we had with the national team.”
Finally, he surprised with his answer to the question of the most famous non-football contact he has on his cell phone. “I’d say Shakira, maybe. He was my partner. I’m thinking of my Instagram followers and yes, if you say, on Twitter, I don’t know, I’d say Shakira,” contacted.
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