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Ronaldinho's Trolling Of Sergio Ramos Backfires After Real Madrid Legend's Savage Response

Adnan Riaz

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Ronaldinho's Trolling Of Sergio Ramos Backfires After Real Madrid Legend's Savage Response

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Ronaldinho's brutal dig on Sergio Ramos might have backfired big time after the Real Madrid legend savagely responded on Twitter.

Ramos' current Madrid deal will expire at the end of this month as Los Blancos confirmed the 35-year-old would leave the club this summer.

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Ramos was no stranger to Ronaldinho's brilliance on the football pitch, especially as the pair clashed in heated El Clasico encounters between Madrid and Barcelona.

Ronaldinho showed no love was lost with Ramos as he attempted to troll him on social media.

The 41-year-old Brazilian superstar uploaded an image of the outgoing Madrid captain watching him strike the ball during an El Clasico match.

Ronaldinho wrote on Twitter: "Hey @SergioRamos - remember this night?!"

The 2005 Ballon d'Or winner might have been attempting to refer to his brace in Barcelona's 3-0 win at the Santiago Bernabeu during the 2005-06 season.

However, it appeared Ronaldinho used an image from the 2006-07 season when Madrid defeated Barcelona 2-0 at the Bernabeu.

Ramos assisted Madrid legend Raul with a superb cross before Ruud van Nistelrooy sealed the win for Los Blancos.

Ronaldinho was left with egg on his face when the Spain captain took to Twitter and responded with an incredible tweet.

Ramos attached an image of Madrid celebrating their 30th La Liga title and tweeted: "I do... but this one a few months later was way better."

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Madrid lifted the La Liga trophy in the 2006-07 season after a thrilling title race, with Los Blancos and Barcelona finishing level on points.

However, Los Blancos were crowned champions of Spain as they held a superior head-to-head record over their fierce rivals.

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The Madrid legend has been linked with Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Manchester United, as well as a stunning return with former club Sevilla.

However, Ramos has already ruled out a move to two clubs as he claimed that now is "not [the] time to talk about my future."

Topics: Sergio Ramos, Ronaldinho, Football, Spain, Real Madrid, La Liga

Adnan Riaz
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