Bad luck for Ramos as UEFA extend ban to two matches

UEFA extend Sergio Ramos’ Champions League ban to TWO MATCHES subsequent to discovering him liable of purposely being reserved against Ajax.

(L-R) Kasper Dolberg of Ajax, referee Damir Skomina, Sergio Ramos of Real Madrid during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 match Ajax Amsterdam and Real Madrid at the Johan Cruijff Arena on February 13, 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands(Photo by VI Images via Getty Images)

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has been given an additional one-coordinate Champions League banned by UEFA for intentionally getting booked against Ajax recently.

Ramos was appeared yellow card in the end phases of Real’s 2-1 triumph in Amsterdam, which implies he is suspended for the second leg at Santiago Bernabeu on March 5.

The Spain global at that point proposed in a meeting after the match that he had been given the card purposefully to dodge the danger of a suspension in the quarter-finals, in spite of the fact that he later backtracked on those remarks.

Nonetheless, UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body have now decreed that Ramos had intentionally got himself booked and have issued an extra banned, which means he will miss the main leg of the quarter-last should Real advancement.

“The CEDB has chosen to suspend the Real Madrid CF player Sergio Ramos for two (2) UEFA rivalry matches for which he would be generally qualified for unmistakably accepting a yellow card deliberately,” read a UEFA articulation. “The two-coordinate suspension incorporates the programmed one-coordinate suspension for the rehashed alerts.”

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