Iker Casillas goes to a taqueria in Quintana Roo and tips tennis

Iker Casillas enjoyed the food at this taqueria in Quintana Roo. Photo: @IkerCasillas

Iker Casillas, the world famous and multiple champion with the Real Madrid and the selection of Spain, visited Mexico. Walked in Quintana Roo and in addition, he took great memories of a taqueria, where he left as a tip some tennis and a short.

Did Iker Casillas eat at a taqueria in Quintana Roo?

Yes. Since last week, through their social networks, the ex-footballer posted pictures about his visit to Quintana Roo. Between the tour, Iker Casillas, who last March announced his separation with Sara Carbonero, found a taqueria that caught his attention.

The business is called “Come’s Taqueria”, Located more precisely in the area of Akumal; there, the Spanish decided comer, since not all the fame or glory caused the exguardameta ignore the delicious taste and smell he was smelling.

In the place, Iker Casillas showed his features of humility and joy, by sharing moments not only like client, but as someone interested in the activity of those who stay afloat with this taqueria.

Through his social networks, the Spaniard showed images about this pleasant stay in Quintana Roo, which included a photo with one of the managers, who later said that the ex-footballer left him as a tip some tennis and a short.

What other places did the Spaniard visit?

In addition to Akumal, Iker Casillas He also shared photographs of some areas that he visited in Carmen beach, such as monuments, streets and the facade of a nightclub; also went to Tulum, where he visited a foundation.

Who is Iker Casillas?

Iker Casillas was born on May 20, 1981 in Madrid, Spain, and from the age of 10 he got involved in the world of soccer. His career as a footballer was made in the Real Madrid, a team with which he won the Spanish League, the UEFA Champions League, the European Super Cup, a Club World Cup and the Intercontinental Cup multiple times.

He started for the first time in the national team during the 2002 World Cup (Korea-Japan) and became the youngest goalkeeper to debut in the first division. He also participated in the World Cup competition for South Africa (2010), in the latter he won the championship with the Spanish team.

Two years later he was awarded the Prince of Asturias Award for Sport, considering that it symbolizes the values ​​of friendship, companionship and fair play. In 2015, the Real Madrid and the FC Porto They agreed on his transfer to the Portuguese club.

  • In 2020, he announced his retirement from the world of soccer, after suffering a heart attack while training with Porto.


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