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Sergio Ramos Branded 'A Master Of Dark Arts' For What He Did In The 89th Minute

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Sergio Ramos Branded 'A Master Of Dark Arts' For What He Did In The 89th Minute

Sergio Ramos is a shithouse but he's a bloody clever one and he demonstrated just why again tonight in his 600th Real Madrid appearances.

Going into tonight's Champions League round of 16 first leg away at Ajax, Ramos was one yellow card away from a European suspension.

And mere minutes after Marco Asensio put Real 2-1 up in the 87th minute, the Real Madrid skipper clattered Kasper Dolberg very blatantly and got himself in the book for the 38th time in the Champions League - and the 201st time in his Los Blancos career.

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Martin Keown, on co-commentary for BT Sport, noted that it looked deliberate from Ramos, who will miss the return leg at the Santiago Bernabeu but will have his yellow cards wiped for the quarter final if Real get there as expected.

It's certainly not the first time Ramos has done something like this and plenty of people were in agreement that the Spaniard knew exactly what he was doing:

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Could it come back to bite Ramos on the backside? What's the most famous instance of a deliberate yellow card you can think of?

Sound off in the comments.

Topics: Football News, Sergio Ramos, Football, Ajax, Champions League, Spain, Real Madrid, La Liga

Josh Lawless
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