Gianluigi Buffon beats SIX of his Parma teammates with rock, paper, scissors
Not just a tough man to beat between the sticks! Gianluigi Buffon beats SIX of his Parma teammates with rock, paper, scissors as 43-year-old goalkeeper shows no mercy
- Gianluigi Buffon defeated six of his Parma teammates with rock, paper, scissors
- The 43-year-old goalkeeper showed no mercy when every player was beaten
- The Italian celebrated lavishly after beating his sixth opponent in the match
- Buffon returned to Parma in the summer on a free transfer from Juventus
Gianluigi Buffon may be nearing the end of his football career, but the goalkeeper showed he is still as sharp as he trained his teammates in Parma in a game of rock, paper, scissors.
The 43-year-old invited other players to challenge him during the match, but one by one they were all defeated, with the shot stopper beating six in a row.
The Italian grew more enthusiastic with each win and, after beating his sixth opponent, drove off delighted with the rest of his team.
Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon defeated six of his Parma teammates with rock, paper, scissors
Buffon defeated his first competitor by using the rock to defeat scissors, while on his second win he used paper to defeat rock.
He again used paper to beat his third opponent, while the fourth win was obscured by one of his teammates standing in front of the camera.
The fifth and sixth challengers were also sent, first with scissors and then with paper.
Buffon appears to be enjoying himself at the Serie B club, with whom he joined from Juventus on a free transfer in the summer.
The legendary shot stopper celebrated wildly every time he beat one of his teammates
Each challenger was sent with a series of methods as the goalkeeper showed no mercy
The legendary shot-stopper began his career with Parma in 1995 before spending two spells with Juve and one season with Paris Saint-Germain.
The goalkeeper has played no fewer than 718 club matches during his career and is currently Parma’s first choice.
He played six games in Serie B and kept a clean sheet twice, with Parma ranked 13th after two wins, two draws and two defeats.
Buffon’s career at Juve saw him win 10 Serie A titles and five Coppa Italias. He also won the 2006 World Cup with Italy.
And now he can add ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors champion’ to his collection of titles.
Buffon (pictured in 1999) started his career with Parma before signing for Juventus in 2001