Seville: Sergio Ramos has alienated Atlético supporters!


By: Manu Tournoux

In a late match counting for the 4th day of La Liga, Atlético de Madrid hosted Sevilla FC at Civitas Metropolitano this Saturday. If Antoine Griezmann missed the opportunity to enter a little more into the legend of the Spanish club by becoming alone the top scorer in the history of the Colchoneros, his partners nevertheless managed to make the difference after returning from the locker room thanks to an achievement signed Marcos Llorente (1-0, 46th) before resisting the return of the Andalusians despite having a numerical superiority following the expulsion of Caglar Söyüncü.

But on the sidelines of the Spanish midfielder’s opening score, Sergio Ramos was guilty of a crime of lèse-majesté in the eyes of the Madrid supporters. As his team returned to the field to start the second half, the former Real Madrid defender unabashedly trampled on the Colchoneros crest at the exit of the tunnel while his teammates looked like they were trying to dodge him. There is no doubt that through this gesture, which may seem trivial to some, the former Parisian will not risk increasing his popularity among the colchonero public.

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