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Sergio Ramos

7 Apr 2021
A giant banner advertising the new season of Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos' documentary on Amazon Prime caught the attention of Barcelona residents, seen on Friday, due to an equally giant Catalan mistake. The six-floors-tall billboard hung in the city centre features a challenging slogan that should be reading, 'Looking forward to seeing you again', but it reads instead 'You want to see me again.'
5 Jul 2020
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17 Mar 2020
"Stay at home." Sergio Ramos gives advice to all @realmadrid fans about coronavirus.
14 Jan 2020
Solomon Fowowe and Dennis Erezi return this week talking about the Serie A winter champions, Aguero milestones, and Real Madrid Super Cup win.
22 Mar 2017
Sergio Ramos holds the record for the most consecutive games without losing for Spain.
8 Mar 2017
Real Madrid recovers from an early Dries Mertens goal for Napoli to book a seventh straight quarter-final thanks to Sergio Ramos and Álvaro Morata strikes either side of a Mertens own goal.

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