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8 Nov, 2018 10:36

‘Ramos at it again!’ Real skipper’s elbow leaves rival bloodied, internet puts the boot in (VIDEO)

‘Ramos at it again!’ Real skipper’s elbow leaves rival bloodied, internet puts the boot in (VIDEO)

Football’s favorite villain Sergio Ramos struck again on Wednesday when an elbow from the Real Madrid captain left a Viktoria Plzen player with a bloodied nose – prompting the internet to put the boot into the Spain defender.

Ramos has built a reputation as football’s baddest of boys down the years – not least with the armlock that injured Mo Salah in the Champions League final – and he appeared to put the elbow in again in Real’s 5-0 rout against Czech team Plzen.

With the scores at 0-0 in the 13th minute, Ramos went piling into a challenge with Plzen midfielder Milan Havel, clearing the ball but not without catching his rival flush on the nose with an outstretched elbow.  

Havel, 24, was left on the deck with blood streaming from his nose as Ramos somehow escaped punishment. The Plzen midfielder managed to continue after treatment, but was substituted in the 38th minute.

After the stray elbow, social media was quick to land blows of their own on Ramos – who was branded “disgusting.”

The player himself later offered cold comfort to Havel, saying he hadn’t intended to injure him and wishing him a speedy recovery.


Real romped to a 5-0 win in the Czech Republic thanks to a double from Karim Benzema and goals from Gareth Bale, Casemiro, and Toni Kroos.     


The victory maintained interim boss Santiago Solari's perfect record of three wins from three since taking over from the sacked Julen Lopetegui, and put the Spanish giants top of Champions League Group G on nine points.

Elsewhere in the group, CSKA Moscow were unable to repeat their heroics of a 1-0 home win against Real, and they fell to a 2-1 defeat to Roma at Luzhniki, which leaves the Russian team sitting third on four points.