Sergio Ramos has hit out at those who booed him at Wembley during Spain’s 2-1 win against England. “No-one remembers the death threats…”
“We’ve started a new era with a Coach who has a lot of experience, and what better way to win than at Wembley?” said the defender after he was targeted for injuring Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah in last season’s Champions League Final.
“Failure is when the team don’t leave their souls behind, but tonight they gave everything. Being at a good level is the minimum required by Real Madrid and the national team.
“I’d have liked another reception at Wembley. They remember an incident in the Final, but no-one remembers the death threats my family and children received.
“Only a few players make me as proud as Modric does. I believe he has what it takes to be crowned The Best. I’d be as happy for him as if they gave it to me.
“Pique’s a great centre-back and is a player who makes a difference. He did a splendid job for our national team.
“However, we have to look to the future. Nacho had a great game. As for the rules, flexibility will follow. He won before with some rules and now he’s winning with others.”