Sergio Ramos Appears To Stamp On Raheem Sterling When The Referee Isn't Looking
It appears Spain captain Sergio Ramos stood on Raheem Sterling's leg during England's 3-2 win against Spain on Monday night, with some claiming the contact was deliberate.
The incident went largely unnoticed by those watching at home.
Even Polish referee Szymon Marciniak failed to spot the moment involving Ramos in the second period, but a small number of people on social media seem to have picked up on his antics.
That Ramos stamp on Sterling is disgusting. Maybe rival fans will now see that everything he does is intentional. Constantly gets away with it too
- - (@KloppStyle) October 15, 2018
Anyone see that ramos stamp on sterling or just me?
- Josh (@Maltby77) October 15, 2018
Ramos should've had a red card for a stamp on Sterling...
- JT (@JPT200) October 15, 2018
Ramos approaches Sterling as he sat on the floor, and looks to make contact with the Manchester City winger.
Sterling then proceeds to roll on his back, clutching his leg in pain as the Real Madrid defender walks away.
Surely if the referee had seen this, he would have given a straight red?
In another moment that involved Ramos, the defender was clattered by Eric Dier, who decided a massive, 25 yard run up was needed in the opening minutes of the game.
It was a moment that left plenty of fans, including those who support Liverpool, satisfied to the core.
Dier received a yellow card for the tackle on Ramos - a decision that left plenty miffed considering he took the ball rather than the man.
Away from Ramos and his antics, England produced an outstanding first 45 minutes against the former world champions, with two goals from Sterling helping Gareth Southgate's side to a dominant lead.
Paco Alcacer and that man Ramos managed to grab consolation goals in the second period.
But the Three Lions deservedly come out on top in the end, winning 3-2.
Thoughts on Ramos' apparent stamp on Sterling? Should he receive a ban?
Let us know in the comments.