Sergio Ramos Swears At Martin Odegaard And 'Calls His Mother A Wh*re' After He Stamps On Him
Martin Odegaard scored against his parent club to help knock Real Madrid out of the Copa del Rey on Thursday night and he also got verbally abused by Sergio Ramos.
The young Norwegian is still a Real player despite the fact he's been away from the club for the last couple of seasons and bizarrely made his first Bernabeu appearance for Real Sociedad in the cup on Thursday.
It was a good night for him as he scored in a 4-3 win for the visitors but he also got abused by Real captain Ramos. After the pair clashed in a 50/50 the legendary defender, as per El Chiringuito said, "'me cago en su madre," which translates as "I sh*t on you wh*re mother"
Ramos really has a knack for getting the youth integrated nicely. pic.twitter.com/l8dc54bMWu- Xav Salazar (@XavsFutbol) February 7, 2020
Some have said that whilst that is the literal translation to English it does more roughly translate as 'f*ck you' in Spanish, which makes the exchange slightly more palatable although still not a great look.
Odegaard did try to win the ball, as did Ramos, and even got a touch on it before his momentum made him make contact with the Spain captain's shin.
The Sociedad midfielder told Ramos to get up but got booked and abused in the process instead.
The 21-year-old was huge news when he moved to Real in 2015 and had the choice of all of Europe's elite clubs when he moved from Strømsgodset.
He joined Real's Castilla side which was being managed by Zinedine Zidane at the time and played two games for the La Liga giants.
He's been on loan at Heerenveen, Vitesse and now Sociedad since 2016 getting more experience and his performances in Spain have started the clamour for him to play for his parent club next season.
Odegaard opened the scoring on Thursday after just 22 minutes before Alexander Isak made it 3-0 with a two minute brace in the 54th and 56th minutes.
Marcelo Vieira pulled one back in the 59th minute but Mikel Merino soon made it 4-1. Zidane's side did make it uncomfortable for Odegaard and co with Rodrygo and Nacho pulling goals back to make it 4-3.