Defensive stalwart Sergio Ramos is no stranger to taking an early shower, but just how many times has he seen a red card in his career?
Like many athletes and fierce competitors, it should come as no surprise when tempers spill over on occasion or when things aren't going their way on the pitch.
As for Ramos, well, he has been famed during his illustrious career for challenging a referee's decision and holds multiple disciplinary records.
The 35-year-old also holds the record for the most-carded player in the Spanish top tier, entering the referee's book a staggering 191 times in total.
His 171 yellow cards surpass Alberto Lopo, the former record holder for La Liga yellows shown, but the remaining 20 are red cards - making him the most sent-off player in La Liga history, too.
In the Champions League, Ramos has amassed 40 yellow cards and four red cards - three of which were straight reds - making him the most-carded player and joint-most red-carded player in the history of the tournament.
And if that wasn't enough, Ramos also holds the record for being the most-carded player in the history of the Spanish national team, with 24 yellow cards.
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