latest feud being a war of words in the post match interview after Spain won in France 2-0. Both Ramos and Pique played the full 90 minutes in Spain’s impressive 2-0 win over France in Paris on Tuesday evening.
In the post match interview the Barcelona defender took a dig at Real Madrid saying “down to me wearing white. It worked really well and I think it’d be a good idea to have VAR in LaLiga. We’ve been asking for it for some time.” In reference to the decisions that went Spain’s way. He further added “I don’t like the values Real Madrid transmit; although there are players there I really appreciate with and am friends with. I don’t doubt Raul’s madridismo and I’d never work at Real Madrid. What I don’t like about Real Madrid is how those in the box seats pull the strings. I don’t like what they transmit, as a club, what do you want me to tell you. Almost all of them are friends and I can play cards with them but we know how this works.”
The comments that pique made didn’t sit well with the Madrid captain and he rose to the defence of his club and stated “What Pique says won’t change the values, our badge, our history or our titles. What he says will provoke headlines and sell newspapers but we live off of that. In every box seat strings are pulled, but if anything, they [Barcelona] should in general have more to be quiet about then we do.”
Although they have a difference of opinion but that didn’t stop Ramos from giving a light heated response to the Pique joke about wearing white, Ramos said: “The dressing room laughed at that, the white shirt looks better on him and he doesn’t know how to react to that.”
Ramos: Pique talks for the headlines, at Real Madrid we don't care. We'd care if it was Iniesta but not Pique who's 30 but isn't growing up. pic.twitter.com/DiZmhFjMqT
— SB (@Realmadridplace) March 29, 2017
Sergio Ramos: "Pique? What he says won't change Real Madrid. It won't take years from us, it won't take titles from us. It doesn't matter." pic.twitter.com/VaJ4mqBmh1
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) March 29, 2017
Piqué: “There was a historic 6-1 comeback and you focus on the referees. When Madrid win a CL with an offside Ramos goal, nothing happens.”
— FC Barcelona Fl (@FCBarcelonaFl) March 28, 2017
We hope everything works out well between the two Spanish defenders, let us know what you think about the never ending Pique-Ramos spat.