Defenders should know how to attack and attackers should know how to defend that’s what modern football is all about and Sergio Ramos is the perfect example of that.
Sergio Ramos, who is known for the world-class defending and some heart-breaking tackles in football now will also be known because of his goal-scoring since he helped Real Madrid to knock out Atalanta in the round of 16 and qualify for the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals by scoring his 15th Champions League goal.
The Goal takes Ramos ahead of some of the greats in the footballing history in the goal-scoring telly in the Champions League and one of them is his boss right now Zinedine Zidane holding 14 Champions League goals to his name along with the great Brazilian Ronaldo and a striker from his own country soil David Vila.
The Spanish giants, the current champions of Spain Real Madrid continued their exceptional run of form by defeating Atlanta by 3-1 at Alfredo di Stefano. The game saw Zinedine Zidane’s men scoring thrice with Karim Benzema, Marco Asensio, and of course Sergio Ramos.
Zidane will be keen on holding Ramos back this summer
Sergio Ramos has netted some very memorable and curtail goals too for the club in the Champions League. The most notable one would be his 93rd Minute equalizer against rivals Atletico Madrid in the 2013-14 Champions League final. Ramos has now found the net 72 times for the club across all competitions since he joined Madrid in 2005 and has always been a crucial part of the club to date.
Ramos contract comes to an end after this season with the club. It would be difficult for Zidane to find a clinical goal-scoring defender who possesses some leadership quality like him if he decides to leave the club after the end of this season.
Real Madrid are currently sitting at 3rd in the La Liga table with 6 points behind the table leaders Atletico Madrid.