Sergio Ramos slapped with two-match UEFA ban for deliberate yellow card

PUNISHED

Los Blancos’ captain will miss their next two European games

UEFA’s control, ethics and disciplinary body has banned Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos for two games for getting a yellow card on purpose.

Ramos received a booking in the latter stages of Real’s 2-1 Champions League first leg win at Ajax, earning a ban for the second leg.

Sergio Ramos is regarded as one of the world’s best defenders

Sergio Ramos is regarded as one of the world’s best defenders

It was deemed this was an attempt to ensure a ban would not be hanging over him later in the competition.

As a result, Los Blancos’ talisman will also miss the first leg of their quarter-final – assuming his side complete the job against Ajax and get there.

The ban includes his automatic one-match suspension for repeated yellow cards.

You can watch a clip of the incident below.

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