Sergio Ramos's x-rated outburst on Paris captured on camera after Champions League elimination against Bayern Munich
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Sergio Ramos has been spotted engaging in an x-rated outburst after Paris Saint-Germain were knocked out of the Champions League at the round of 16 yet again.
The Ligue One champions travelled to the Allianz Arena for the second leg against Bayern Munich on Wednesday, already 1-0 down from the first leg following a solitary strike from former player Kingsley Coman.
And after a close first-half, Bayern scored twice in the second half through Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Serge Gnabry to seal a comfortable 3-0 aggregate victory for the Bavarians.
It was yet another disappointing European night for PSG, who still cannot do the business in the Champions League despite their domestic success.
And Ramos' frustrations post-match have emerged. Cameras from Spanish channel Movistar the former Real Madrid captain captured him venting over the loss - and seemingly his decision to move to the French capital.
He allegedly said, “F*ck the wh*re that gave birth to Paris. Motherf****r”.
It's not known exactly what Ramos was referring to specifically but being a serial winner and someone who won four Champions League with Real, the defeat and manner of the exit evidently did not sit well with him.
The retired Spain international is known for playing on the edge and briefly got into it with Thomas Muller, shoving him to the floor after he kicked the ball away late on.
He then backtracked massively and helped the Germany legend up and gave him a polite pat on the head.
After the first leg, Ramos aggressively pushed a photographer as the players went over to PSG's ultras.
Now 36, both Ramos and Lionel Messi are running out of time to get their hands on the Champions League trophy once again.
A slew of PSG managers have been relieved of their duties based on performance in the Champions League and unsurprisingly current boss Christophe Galtier has now been placed under immense pressure.
Asked about his future following the loss, he said: "It's really too early to talk about it. My future obviously depends on my sports management and my president. There is a disappointment, that's how it is.
"The club pinned a lot of hopes on this competition. I'm staying the course, I'm still focused on the end of the season with a lot of energy and determination.”