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Rio Ferdinand Beats Gerard Pique at a Game of Two Touch

Rio Ferdinand Beats Gerard Pique at a Game of Two Touch

Rio Ferdinand isn’t someone we’d expect to beat Gerard Pique at a game of two touch.

The former Manchester United defender interviewed his old team-mate recently ahead of Euro 2016 kicking off.

They spoke about Spain, England and the competition as a whole, but Rio also took the opportunity to play Pique at a game of two touch.

Ferdinand has taken on a few different people ahead and during the competition already, losing out to Harry Kane following their interview, beating Jermaine Jenas in a French train station and then coming out on top against freestyler Sean Garnier during the tournament.

But Barcelona and Spain star Pique must be the most high profile two touch opponent – so we were surprised to see Ferdinand come out on top:

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Ferdinand has really stepped up his YouTube game over recent weeks as he produces a load of quality content around Euro 2016.

His vlogs have thrown up some entertaining moments, including meetings with Pele, Diego Maradona and a host of other top stars.

But we’re most looking forward to seeing his next two touch opponent.

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