Sergio Ramos is already moving on from being sent off during Real Madrid’s 2-1 defeat at home to Manchester City in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League last 16 on Wednesday.
Ramos was dismissed four minutes from time after tripping City striker Gabriel Jesus on the edge of the box. It marked the fourth time the centre-back has been shown a red card while participating in Europe’s premier club competition.
However, Ramos isn’t about to stew over the incident for long, quickly turning his focus to Sunday’s game against bitter rivals Barcelona in La Liga.
“After a very difficult night, there are two options. We can think about yesterday’s defeat or work on tomorrow’s win. I choose the latter. Head and heart already on el Clasico.
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