The attacking midfielder was invited to an event held by Plan International, an NGO, where he was named as a new ambassador for the organisation.
Plan International were unveiling a new initiative, called ‘Break the Wall’, which they sought to inaugurate on Thursday.
Isco intenta romper el muroIsco Alarcón intentó derribar un muro en un evento solidario de Plan International España… Pero el jugador del Real Madrid C.F. quedó en ridículo delante de dos niños. ¡No te lo pierdas!Alberto Piñero Goal te acerca el VÍDEO.
Posted by Goal España on Thursday, 11 February 2016
The plan was that Isco was to kick a ball against a wall—formed of cardboard boxes—from close range in order to break it down and start off the initiative.
Isco, perhaps demonstrating the lack of conviction that saw him struggle to assert himself in Rafael Benitez’s plans at Real Madrid, meekly flicked the ball at the wall…twice…only to fail to bring it down.
Moments later, Isco sheepishly allowed one of the youngsters stood next to him to take a potshot, and the boy successfully brought the wall tumbling down with one kick.
Maybe Manchester City—who are rumoured to have been keen on the Spain international—ought to look at one of Isco’s junior sidekicks, rather than bid for the man himself!
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