The former soccer player who is now a commentator on an Argentine program gave different arguments about the work on the field of captain Barcelona and his opinion went viral
What became a normal talk on the various topics of Argentine football, ended in a real debate on the conditions of the defenders Gerard Piqué and the former world champion in Mexico 1986, Óscar “Cabezón” Ruggeri, who serves as a commentator on FOX Sports Argentina’s “90 Minutes of Soccer” sports program.
And is that the driver Sebastián “Pollo” Vignolo He began by saying that Ruggeri could go out playing on normal courts on his turf, as the Barcelona defender does, to which the former center back was in charge of answering “We could have done other things, because Piqué is half hair, like me, like several. He is in the front, he is with the singer (Shakira)… he has a great vibe, but if he plays for Valencia you don’t even know him ”he indicated.
The former world champion affirmed in saying that “Piqué comes out playing for how Barcelona plays, he is like me, normalito, good defense, not so far. They are not going to put pressure on them, except for the big teams ”, based on how they play for the Catalan team, implying that the Spanish team player is somewhat overrated”.
In addition, he added to the debate who he is, the best central defender in the world, “The best of all the centrals that are at the moment is Sergio Ramosby far the best in the world ”. Something that the main presenter did not believe, while the rest of the panelists limited themselves to laughter at the debate that had been generated.
“PIQUÉ IS A HALF HAIR, A NORMAL PLAYER …”#90MinutosFOX – Oscar Ruggeri was forceful regarding the level that the defender showed during his career: “I had Puyol by my side in Barcelona; Sergio Ramos is the best in the world ”. pic.twitter.com/IxHSv7Kods
— FOX Sports Argentina (@FOXSportsArg) August 3, 2020
Ruggeri is world champion with the Argentina team in the 1986 Mexico World Cup, in addition to two Copa América and one Confederations Cup, he also won three Argentine championships and one in Spain, plus a Copa Libertadores, an Intercontinental, an Inter-American and a Concacaf Champions Cup.
On the other hand, Piqué has won a Community Shield and a Premier with Manchester United, from there he has six Copas del Rey, eight Leagues and five Spanish Super Cups, all of these titles with the FC Barcelona and being one of the benchmarks in the dense.