Sergio Ramos admits he found the boos directed at him by Sevilla fans in Real Madrid’s 2-0 defeat at Sanchez Pizuan on Sunday “pitiful and pathetic”.
The defender opened the scoring with a scissor kick [pictured] but left the game 10 minutes later with a shoulder complaint, prompting a section of jeers from his former supporters and the player to take issue with the treatment he received.
“[On the Clasico], the team have two weeks to work and we want the Real Madrid fans to have faith in us,” he said after the match.
“I’ve never approached a Clasico in perfect form.
“For me, you’re always scrutinised at Madrid. We must learn to live with it and you can only survive here by giving everything. That’s what the badge and fans ask of you.
“[On Doctor Olmo], it’s not the right time to discuss medical issues.
“We must get to the end of the season in the best way possible first, and when the time comes to put any issues on the table, we’ll talk about them.
“[On the boos at Sanchez Pizjuan], I find it pitiful and pathetic. I’m a madridista and sevillista and I’ll die with both of their badges on my grave.”