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You might not be surprised to learn that Real Madrid and Spain defender Sergio Ramos has picked up more cards than any other player in the history of La Liga, UEFA Champions League and the national team.
The 32-year-old has received an incredible 24 red cards in his 16 year career as a player.
If you break that down, he has 19 in La Liga, three in the Champions League and two in the Copa del Rey but in the year 2018, the defender has gone the full year without a single red.
It really is a Christmas miracle!
:red_circle: Sergio Ramos' 24 Career Red Cards:- SergioRamosismo (@SergioRamosismo) December 30, 2018
19 in La Liga
03 in Champions League
02 in Copa del Rey
00 for Spain NT
2018: :x: pic.twitter.com/nw0wl8vpy2
Hello. Sergio Ramos Garcia has zero red cards in 2018. Tell all your friends and family, spread the word- Laila (@LaiIaRM) December 29, 2018
173 cards in La Liga later, Sergio Ramos may be one of the biggest offenders when it comes to fouling but he is still regarded as one of the best, if not thee best defender, in world football.
The fact that he holds the record with 173 cards. 19 of those are red cards, in La Liga is quite remarkable.
In La Liga, Sergio Ramos holds the record with 173 cards. 19 of those are red cards, making him the most sent-off player in La Liga's history. pic.twitter.com/rl9QQOB4vN- Aymen (@Aymennn_) December 26, 2018
Happy birthday to the great Sergio Ramos, who, at just 32 years old, has 4 La Ligas, 3 Champions Leagues, 2 Euros, 1 World Cup, and ten million red cards. pic.twitter.com/ELCiEShtK3- Paddy Power (@paddypower) March 30, 2018
Never change, Sergio.
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