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Sergio Ramos has once again been caught in the spotlight during Real Madrid's Champions League clash with Viktoria Plzeň.
The 32-year-old Madrid captain lashed out an elbow in the face of Milan Havel, who instantly dropped to the floor with his hands clutched over his face.
While other players and the referee surround him, the extent of the injury can be seen when the blood pours out of Havel's nose and through his hands.
You can check it out below (and how football fans have reacted to it, too).
Ramos up to his tricks again pic.twitter.com/IhWStJC13W- Shads :flag_cy: (@Shadders5) 7 November 2018
Sergio Ramos' commitment to being an asshole is unparalleled. there was no reason for this - he simply couldn't help himself. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ pic.twitter.com/WxcVdvFYpg- amadí (@amadoit__) 7 November 2018
:muscle: When Sergio Ramos gets near anyone on the pitch... pic.twitter.com/amTVFA6aCw- The Sportsman (@TheSportsman) 7 November 2018
Human dirtbag Ramos just elbowed a player in the face and split his nose open, blood pouring and the ref did nothing, must be a day ending in y. Fantastic job all of you.- Barcelista (@Barcelista) 7 November 2018
On a scale of 0 to a 100, with 100 being the dirtiest player you've ever seen, is Sergio Ramos a 100000000?- Jimmy Conrad (@JimmyConrad) 7 November 2018
I need your thoughts.
Awful that from Ramos - UEFA have to slap a nice big ban on him sooner or later. Can't keep being that much of a cunt and getting away with it! #BanRamos- Chris Lamerton (@LamertonChris) 7 November 2018
VAR is badly needed in the champions league as ramos and sterling got away with it, a red card for ramos and not a penalty for sterling.- Muh'd Al-amin (@alaminnn27) 7 November 2018
Shocking stuff, right?
Los Blancos are thrashing Viktoria Plzeň 4-0 before half-time. Karim Benzema opened the scoring for Madrid before Casemiro doubled their lead. The French forward added a third, with Gareth Bale slotting in a four.
It is Santiago Solari's first Champions League match as interim boss following the sacking of former boss Julen Lopetegui.
The Real Madrid Castilla coach helped his side secure a 2-0 victory over Real Valladolid last weekend, though midfielder Toni Kroos caused quite a stir with social media users for a tweet he sent out after the match.
Can Madrid retain the Champions League title this season?
Let us know in the comments.