Who Are Lucas Casillas Carbonero and Martín Casillas Carbonero?
Lucas Casillas Carbonero and Martín Casillas Carbonero are the two Children of a Spanish retired professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper Iker Casillas and his Ex-Wife Sara Carbonero.
Here is all you need to know about Iker Casillas Children’s Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthday, Height, Weight, Nationality, Ethnicity, Wikipedia, Instagram, and Twitter.
Iker Casillas Fernández is a former Spanish professional football goalkeeper. Casillas, nicknamed “San Iker” (“Saint Iker”) for his ability to make spectacular saves, is widely regarded as one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time.
He is well-known for his athleticism, quick reactions, and exceptional shot-blocking ability. Casillas, who spent the majority of his career at Real Madrid, is one of the few players to have played in over 1000 professional matches. He also holds the record for the most clean sheets in the UEFA Champions League and for the Spain national team.
Who is Martín Casillas Carbonero?
Martín Casillas Carbonero is the Eldest Son of Spanish former professional footballer Iker Casillas and his Ex-Wife Sara Carbonero. He is one of the Couples Two Children.
Martín Casillas Carbonero Age, Birthday|How Old is He?
Martín Casillas Carbonero is 8 Years old as of 2022. Born in 2014 he has not revealed any information regarding his exact date of birth, birthday, and Zodiac Sign.
Who is Lucas Casillas Carbonero?
Lucas Casillas Carbonero is the Youngest Son of Iker Casillas and his ex-wife Sara Carbonero Arévalo. He is One of Sara Carbonero Arévalo Two Sons and Little is known about them.
Lucas Casillas Carbonero Age, Birthday|How Old is He?
Lucas Casillas Carbonero is 6 Years old as of 2022. Born in 2016 little is known about his Exact age, date of birth, birthday, and Zodiac Sign.
Lucas Casillas Carbonero and Martín Casillas Carbonero Mother
Their Mother is Sara Carbonero, is a sports journalist who is bilingual in Spanish and Portuguese. She worked as a TV presenter for Telecinco from the early 2000s until her ex-husband Iker Casillas joined Porto in July 2015.
During the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Carbonero was accused of distracting Casillas by reporting during the match between Spain and Switzerland, resulting in an unexpected Swiss victory. Carbonero and her TV crew were standing near the Spanish end of the pitch, about 60 feet from Casillas’ goal. The allegations were made in the English press, first by Graham Keeley of The Times and later by several other English newspapers, prompting the Madrid-based Spanish newspapers El Mundo, El Pas, and the popular sports daily Marca to issue a statement.