Iker Casillas has reignited his feud with former Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho after the Portuguese’s current side Manchester United’s defeat to Liverpool.
Two late goals from substitute Xherdan Shaqiri sealed a 3-1 victory for the Reds at Anfield on Sunday, after Sadio Mane and Jesse Lingard struck in the first half.
The loss leaves United 19 points behind their rivals, who top the Premier League table, and Mourinho under growing pressure.
Casillas, who famously fell out with Mourinho during their time working together at the Santiago Bernabéu, couldn’t resist a dig at him.
“According to a Portuguese newspaper someone said that a player like me (37 years) is at the end of his career. I completely agree,” he said.
“My question is, for that newspaper: in the case of coaches, when and at what point do you see that they are no longer to lead a team or train?”
The clamour for his sacking at Old Trafford has grown since the result, with the pressure on his shoulders already intense after their worst start to a season in almost 30 years.