Sergio Ramos was the protagonist on Real Madrid’s path to the title, as he contributed 10 goals in the tournament and had great performances in the last line of the Merengue.
Real Madrid managed to keep The league, in which Sergio Ramos had an important role for the team of Zinedine Zidane celebrate the local title in the absence of a day. Not only was he the voice of command from his captaincy, but the 34-year-old player captured his leadership on the field of play through goals and with good performances from his defensive role.
Beyond that his objective is to neutralize the rival attack, the scoring ability of the de Camas was a major factor on the road to consecration. This happened because the defender converted 10 goals in his 34 participations throughout the tournament.
In turn, such virtue when it came to converting was seen to a large extent since the resumption of the championship after the stoppage of football. In the nine games he played, the Andalusian celebrated five times.
Already in the wall aspect, the central one also stood out in its usual position. His quality as a defender was present when cutting the danger towards the meringue goal, since he had a remarkable effectiveness at the time of going to the floor after sweeping 45 times, in which he was more than his competitor in some 30.
On the air side, Ramos did not want to be less either as he overcame the opponent in 71 situations at the top. Likewise, in hand to hand he saw his greatest strength after being favored in more than half of the crashes he had: 152 of 278.
In the field of recoveries, the white emblem retained its style and also had remarkable numbers by recovering a total of 208 balls so far in the championship.
In this way, the Madrid captain continues to expand his showcase with the club in both daily and international football, taking 5 leagues, 2 King’s Cups and 4 Super Cups, while in Europe he holds 4 Champions League, 3 Super Cups European and 4 World Clubs.
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