HomeLa Liga News

La Liga: I’m Mentally Ready To Face Barca –Ramos

La Liga: I’m Mentally Ready To Face Barca  –Ramos

Sevilla defender, Sergio Ramos says he’s battle ready to face Barcelona in today’s La Liga clash.

The veteran defender has been used sparingly so far by coach Jose Luis Mendilibar.

However, in a chat with TriballFootball, the former Real Madrid star stated that he’s mentally prepared to to face Barca.

“I don’t feel bad at all, quite the opposite, but when you come back from a vacation, no matter how much you train, you require that process of picking up minutes, rhythm and speed as the games go by.

“But I am fine, in training, group dynamics and accumulating minutes and games.


Read Also: ‘We Never Wanted To Offend Or Mock Osimhen’ — Napoli React To Controversial TikTok Video

“It has been a busy summer for the club, with players leaving and arriving. You need to consolidate a group and start setting objectives with the group already closed. Right upon my arrival, taking advantage of those two weeks to work as a group, everything was consolidated to achieve good results.

“This dynamic is starting to be good and we are going to try to maintain it. The season is very long and we are going to have fun for sure.”

“(Barcelona) are favourites in everything -in Laliga and in the Champions League,” Ramos said.
“For us, that would make a victory against them even more special. We’re going to be facing off against all of Barcelona. They still have the same players, even though they are playing in another stadium.
“They have verticality, they are fast on the wing. I’m sure it will be a nice game.”

Disciplinary record

Ramos holds multiple disciplinary records, for Real Madrid, in the Champions League, La Liga, El Clásico, and in the Spain national team.

Ramos holds the record for most carded player in La Liga, with 191 cards. His 171 yellow cards surpass Alberto Lopo, the former record holder for La Liga yellow cards. The remaining 20 are red cards, making Ramos the most sent-off player in La Liga as well.

His La Liga card record is higher than any other player’s in the major European leagues, making him the most booked player in all major European top divisions.

In the Champions League, Ramos has amassed 40 yellow cards and 4 red cards (3 of which were straight red cards), making him both the most-carded player and joint-most red-carded player in Champions League history.

Lastly, Ramos also holds the record for being the most carded player in the history of the Spanish national team, with 24 yellow cards.

Copyright © 2024 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.


Update cookies preferences