Casillas slams Kahn antics

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SPANISH international goalkeeper Iker Casillas has hit out at his German counterpart Oliver Kahn after the Bayern Munich custodian refused to swap shirts at the end of Wednesday's friendly international between the two nations.

Spain won the game in Mallorca 3-1 with goals from Casillas' Real team-mates Raul (2) and Guti, however Kahn's actions left the young shot-stopper fuming.

"As a goalkeeper he (Kahn) is very good, but as a person he leaves a lot to be desired," raged the 22-year-old.

"At times in life you have to be humble.

"I went to change my shirt with him, and he said no with a bad gesture.

"It seemed like he thought he was superior to me.

"You must always show manners, and even more so when you have lost 3-1."

Kahn is thought to be still holding a grudge after what he saw as a lack of respect from Real in the run up to their all-star centenary game in December which he eventually pulled out of.