3 February 1984 |
Corral de Almaguer, Spain
|Spouse(s)||Iker Casillas (m. 2016)|
Sara Carbonero Arévalo (born 3 February 1984) is a Spanish sports journalist. Since early 2000, she was the TV presenter for Telecinco, until she moved to Oporto, in Portugal, when her husband Iker Casillas joined Futebol Clube do Porto, in July 2015.
2010 World Cup coverage
During the 2010 FIFA World Cup it was alleged that Carbonero, reporting during the match between Spain and Switzerland, had distracted Casillas, causing the unexpected Swiss victory. Carbonero and her TV crew were standing near the Spanish end of the pitch less than 60 feet from the goal, where Casillas was. The allegations were made in the English press, originally by Graham Keeley of The Times and later repeated by several other English newspapers, prompting the Madrid-based Spanish newspapers El Mundo, El País and the popular sports daily Marca to all run articles suggesting that the claims were preposterous and untrue.
Questions were also raised about her journalistic integrity after she undertook to interview her boyfriend Casillas after the match. As a result of the controversy Carbonero in Spain became "one of the most photographed people of the World Cup".
In the media
Since 2009, Carbonero has been in a relationship with Spanish footballer Iker Casillas. In January 2014, she gave birth to their son, Martín. In July 2015 Sara Carbonero and Iker Casillas moved to Oporto, in Portugal, as the ex-Real Madrid goalkeeper is playing for Futebol Clube do Porto. In November 2015, the couple announced they are expecting their second child. On March 20, 2016, the couple have been married. On June 2, 2016, Sara gave birth to the couple's second child, Lucas.
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- "¿Vais a dejar que la prensa mundial se ría de La Roja?". Marca (in Spanish). 17 June 2010. Retrieved 19 June 2010.
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- Kramer, Brigitte (28 June 2010). "Sara im Macholand". Neue Zürcher Zeitung (in German).
So aber ist Carbonero [...] in Spanien zu einer der meistfotografierten Personen der WM geworden.
- "The Five Sexiest Sports Reporters in the World". FHM. Retrieved 13 July 2010.
- "Sara Carbonero, elegida la reportera deportiva más sexy del mundo". El Mundo (in Spanish). 10 August 2009. Retrieved 17 June 2010.
- "That's my boy! Iker Casillas' son is born". Marca. 3 January 2014. Retrieved 30 August 2014.
- "Sara Carbonero on Real Madrid legend Iker Casillas: I'm lucky to share my life with him". 22 July 2015.
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