Sergio Ramos is said to have acted uncivilized when he vulgarly insulted a former Real Madrid defender in the tough victory of “Los Blancos” against Inter Milan in the third round of the Champions League group stage. After two disappointing […]
Sergio Ramos is said to have acted uncivilized when he vulgarly insulted a former Real Madrid defender in the tough victory of “Los Blancos” against Inter Milan in the third round of the Champions League group stage.
After two disappointing matches losing to Shakhtar Donetsk 2-3 and drawing Borussia Monchengladbach 2-2, Real Madrid finally tasted the feeling of victory in Group B Champions League (Cup) this season as they struggled to overcome. via Inter Milan 3-2 in the third match.
In the exciting match at Alfredo Di Stefano on November 4, captain Sergio Ramos scored 100th goal in Real Madrid shirt when he headed to goalkeeper Samir Handanovic in the 33rd minute.
However, the defensive midfielder of “White Vulture” is facing the risk of receiving a cold penalty, possibly a suspension after vulgar words directed at right-back Achraf Hakimi (Inter Milan), a his own former teammate.
Hakimi had a situation in the Real Madrid penalty box, but French referee Clement Turpin did not give the “Nerazzurri” a penalty. Shortly thereafter, Ramos rushed to Inter Milan’s Marocco defender and murdered him.
The Movistar TV channel provided a video clip of the crash and claimed Ramos cursed badly: “Wake up the boy of the village girl, get up! Don’t scream like a mouse like that. “. The midfielder wearing the number 4 shirt of Real also used his hands to shock Hakimi quite roughly, making this player angry.
Hakimi was Ramos’s former teammate during the 2017/2018 season. The Moroccan made 17 appearances for Real Madrid before being sent on loan at Borussia Dortmund two years later, then finally joining Inter Milan this summer for a transfer fee of 40 million euros and signing. co has a term of 5 years.
Apparently, Ramos did not respect his former teammate Hakimi when he heavily insulted this player. The situation above happened right after Ramos scored his second goal for Real in the 33rd minute, thereby reaching 100 goals for the Royal Spanish team.
After reaching this milestone, Ramos said: “Not bad at all. Personal achievement is secondary, but everyone likes to hit this milestone and as long as I can help Real Madrid win. Hopefully I will score many more goals in the future.
Despite the recent victory, Real is still ranked third in Group B, behind Borussia Monchengladbach and Shakhtar Donetsk. Meanwhile, Inter are at the bottom of this group after going through 2 draws and 1 loss.