When Sergio Ramos is on a roll, there’s no telling what the volatile Real Madrid skipper will do or say.
In true Sergio Ramos style, the 34-year-old Madrid captain was left furious after his ex Los Blancos team-mate Achraf Hakimi went down claiming a penalty in Inter Milan’s 3-2 defeat by their LaLiga counterparts on Tuesday evening. An infuriated Ramos immediately launched an x-rated tirade at the Moroccan, according to reports in Spain.
Now Movistar have published a video showing Ramos yelling an expletive at the Inter defender – who joined Inter from Real on a five-year deal for £36million in the summer – before attempting to drag the 22-year-old back to his feet.
“Get up you son of a b****, get up! Stop screaming like a rat!”
Hakimi ascended through the ranks at Los Blancos after joining the club’s academy in 2006, took his first-team bow three years ago and went on to make 17 appearances for Real Madrid alongside his then captain during the 2017-18 season before being sent out on a two-year loan to Borussia Dortmund prior to him linking up with Antonio Conte’s men in the summer.
And while there was no love lost in the pair’s latest meeting, the incident came after Ramos had netted his 100th goal for Real Madrid with a header to put the hosts two goals up.
After reaching the landmark, Ramos – who joined the club from Sevilla 15 years ago – quipped:
“It’s not bad.
“Individual records are secondary, but you like hitting them and as long as they keep on helping the side win, hopefully I can get a few more.”
The Spain international has 22 trophies to his credit at Madrid but will be out of contract at the end of the season, and reports now suggest talks are finally in progress between the two parties over an extension with Ramos wanting a new deal to keep him at the Santiago Bernabeu until 2024, and boss Zinedine Zidane revealed after the Inter win that he is confident he will not lose his star defender.
‘As always, he is our captain, our leader,’ Zidane said. ‘We want him here forever. I have no doubt that he will stay and continue to make history.’