Spectators whistled the keepr after he received the second goal by Valencia
Iker Casillas received the whistles of spectators of Santiago Bernabéu, angry after the second Valencia goal by Alcácer, this Saturday. Real's keeper didn't feel well about the reaction of supporters and he dedicated them some gestures, along a sentence: "That's enough, go to hell," according to what the radio program 'Tiempo de juego' explained in the radio station COPE.
Once the match reached its full time, Casillas left to the locker room without saying a thing to anybody. Real Madrid's coach, Carlo Ancelotti went out to defend the player after the match, saying that "Iker Casillas played a good match, like the whole team."
The teammate of the keeper Pepe gave his opinion about the whistles to Casillas, requesting to spectators: "People have to help because we win and lose together," he said.