Revealed: What Gerard Pique said to get sent off in final game

Gerard Pique did not get on the pitch for the final game in his professional career, seeing a red card during the half-time break.

Barcelona were 1-0 down to Osasuna at El Sadar when the break came. There was no shortage of controversy by that point.

A corner was given to Osasuna, despite it seemingly not touching a Barcelona player. It was from that corner that Osasuna scored, with further protests occurring for what Barcelona felt was a foul on Marcos Alonso.

Twenty minutes later, they were down to ten men. Robert Lewandowski had already been booked, when he received a second yellow for jumping into the defender with no intention of going for the ball.

At the break, Pique was seen coming onto the pitch, making a line for referee Jesus Gil Manzano. His accusations carried on into the tunnel, before he was shown a red card. It meant that Pique would not see the pitch in his final game as a footballer.

According to multiple reports, these were the words that got him into trouble.

“Did you see the corner you gave against us. You are the referee that has f***** us over the most by a distance.”

“It is a f****** disgrace. F*** your mother.”

In the end it didn’t matter too much to Pique, who appeared in a photo with his fellow dismissed – Lewandowski.

After the match, Xavi Hernandez confirmed to Mundo Deportivo that he was intending on using Pique before the red card too.

“He was the first option to come on.”

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  1. And that is true of Jesus Manzano. He has something against Barca since over the years, not just in this one.

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