Pique was not a happy bunny.

Iker Casillas reveals how Gerard Pique reacted to Real Madrid's Champions League win

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Iker Casillas has revealed how Gerard Pique reacted when Real Madrid claimed their record 11th European crown against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final last month. 

The two Madrid rivals played out a 1-1 draw at the San Siro, with Sergio Ramos giving Los Blancos the lead before Yannick Carrasco hit back for Diego Simeone's team late on. 

Neither side could snatch the game in extra-time which meant penalties and after Juanfran missed his effort, Cristiano Ronaldo stepped up to seal the game in dramatic fashion.

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Almost a month on from that night in Milan, Casillas - who is an icon at Real Madrid having spent 16 years with the first team at the Bernabeu - has been speaking at a Q&A session, and revealed that he watched the game alongside Pique. 

The Barcelona defender has a history of goading Real Madrid and according to Casillas, who is now plying his trade with Porto, he didn't take their win all too well.

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"I watched the Champions League Final with Pique and it was obvious he didn't want Real Madrid to win. He suffered a lot," the Spanish 'keeper is quoted as saying.

Only last year, Pique trolled Madrid and Ronaldo during Barcelona's title-winning parade - and then he did exactly the same on Twitter when it became apparent that the European champions were about to be booted out of the Copa del Rey for fielding an ineligible player. 

Now though of course he will have to learn to get on with members of Madrid's Champions League winning side as they prepare to combine for Spain at Euro 2016.

Vicente del Bosque's team will be looking to retain the crown they won in 2012. They kick off their campaign against the Czech Republic on Monday before taking on Turkey and Croatia in what many consider to be the tournament's very own group of death.

Barcelona, of course, enjoyed their own success last season, claiming their fifth league title in eight years as well as the Copa del Rey. They missed out on repeating their 2014/15 treble after they were knocked out at the quarter-final stage by Atletico Madrid.

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