Sergio Ramos has refuted the idea that he abused Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) during the second leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 match against Bayern Munich. The Parisians lost the game at the Allianz Arena 2-0 last night.
They were eliminated after losing 3-0 on aggregate over two games. Ramos was allegedly caught on camera swearing at his current club. The superstar defender, however, has dismissed those suggestions.
The ex-captain of Spain and Real Madrid has assured that he was making a noise of frustration, like ‘Pfff’.
This is what Ramos tweeted:
“I don’t usually dwell on this topic, but I don’t want to acknowledge something that didn’t happen. At no time do I say Paris, I make a disappointed “pssss” or “pfff” sound.
The legendary defender added:
“In the context of an expression (rude, it must be admitted) that we usually say in football. Let’s not invent, let’s not look for something where there is nothing.”
Sergio Ramos was one of the best PSG players last night. He was, in fact, the most prominent goal threat on the team. He came terribly close to making it 1-1 in two corner situations. Despite outjumping Thomas Muller with ease on both occasions, he was unable to score. Ramos was once brilliantly denied by Yan Sommer and his header went just over Sommer’s post in another instance.
The Spanish superstar is in the final months of his contract with the Parisian club. After arriving in the French capital in 2021, Ramos endured an injury-plagued first season, making just 13 appearances.
Ramos, however, has been a mainstay at the heart of Christophe Galtier’s side’s defense this season. He has helped the Ligue 1 giants keep 11 clean sheets in 36 appearances.
Sergio Ramos expresses his sorrow for the elimination of PSG in the UEFA Champions League
Sergio Ramos is four times UEFA Champions League winner and has scored countless important goals in the history of the competition. His last header to save Real Madrid’s skin in the end 2014 against Atlético de Madrid is still fresh in the memory of the fans.
Ramos, however, was saddened to see PSG’s exit from the Champions League. He took to Twitter and posted:
“Deeply disappointed in you and us. We were not up to the level #UCL demands. We failed to handle the key details and missed the main goal. It’s painful, but champions are reborn from defeat and are forged in adversity. We’ll be back!” “
psg and Sergio Ramos will return to action on March 11 when they take on Brest in a Ligue 1 clash.