To anyone who is asked on the street what they know about Gerard Piqué, the first thing they will answer is that they have already heard Shakira’s song with Bizarrap. More than 50 million views on YouTube in just 24 hours, with record after record within the audiovisual platform. However, for Piqué there is something even more important: day 3 of the Kings League.
Because yes, friends, this Sunday we already have the third day of this recently created league, a championship that is loaded with emotions this weekend for a reason: if Piqué did not have enough with the beef that Shakira has thrown at him, Javier Tebas, president of the Professional Soccer League, has also decided to throw another. But we’ll talk about that later, first let’s go to the day.
Matches and schedules
Let’s go in parts, that we get involved. The first thing is to know what games we will have this coming Sunday, January 15. Of course, the first will start at 4:00 pm, while the last one will take place at 9:00 pm. In this way, the usual schedule is maintained, divided between the following meetings:
- Jijantes – 1K FC (16:00 horas)
- Rayo de Barcelona – XBUYER TEAM (17:00 horas)
- Kunisports – Porcinos FC (18:00 horas)
- Saiyans FC – Ultimate Móstoles (19:00 horas)
- Los Troncos FC – PIO FC (20:00 horas)
- El Barrio – Aniquiladores FC (21:00 horas)
The great match of the day is starred by Saiyans FC against Ultimate Móstoles. Both teams have won their two matches, hence one of the two has to end the day with a defeat by force (remember that there are no draws).
Likewise, it will be necessary to see if 1K FC and Kunisports continue to extend their undefeated status or add the first loss to their score.
After talking about the games we have on this day 3, it’s time to get the classification. As we say, there are four teams that do not know defeat, while there are four others that do not know what it is to win yet (in parentheses, wins – losses).
- Ultimate Móstoles (2 V – 0 D)
- 1K FC (2 V – 0 D)
- Saiyans FC (2 V – 0 D)
- Kunisports (2 V – 0 D)
- El Barrio (1 V – 1 D)
- Los Troncos FC (1 V – 1 D)
- Porcinos FC (1 V – 1 D)
- Rayo de Barcelona (1 V – 1 D)
- Jijantes FC (0 V – 2 D)
- Xbuyer Team (0 V – 2 D)
- Aniquiladores FC (0 V – 2 D)
- PIO FC (0 V – 2 D)
What happens with Javier Tebas?
Although the clash between Shakira and Piqué due to their breakup is the topic of conversation in the last 48 hours, the reality is that the former Barça soccer player has another open front with Javier Tebas. The president of the Professional Soccer League did not leave a puppet with his head just a few days ago in a statement.
“The only thing that the Kings League is similar to football is that it is played with a ball and that you have to score goals in some goals. I can’t imagine doing the enigma thing in LaLiga. I think it’s a circus. It is not a matter of attracting a young audience or not. I have read that they compare and they are wrong. Twitch is an open, free social network, in football you have to pay every month and that makes it very different”, indicated Tebas during the celebration of the Global Players program.
“The only thing that seems is that there is a ball that gets into a field like that of LaLiga Promises [la liga de fútbol de los más pequeños de la cantera, en campo reducido]. The riddle, all these things… I like it as a circus, but it is not comparable to the football industry”, ends.
Given these statements, Piqué has entered the rag, and the main one has been to place the emoji of a circus tent next to the hashtag of the Kings League. However, the temperature has risen after his last tweet:
To which it refers? Why a clown in the middle of the track? We have already seen that on day number two the entire focus of attention was on “Enigma”, the professional soccer player who played completely covered so that his face or tattoos would not be recognized. Will we see Piqué in disguise? With a Casio on the wrist or arriving at the stadium with a Twingo?
On Sunday we will leave doubts, but it cannot be denied that every Sunday he is giving a show both on and off the field.