The most notable feature of "Shui Ye" this year is the frequent goals, header grab points + spoon scores, whether in Real Madrid or in the Spanish national team, you can always see him after scoring. However, on the evening of the 11th, Ramos, who can be called the "red card king" of football, showed a different "stunt" on his personal social platform.
In the Spanish team's 1-0 victory over Switzerland in the European League this morning, Ramos defended Swiss player Ruben Vargas's breakthrough in the penalty area in the second half. The Swiss teenager was about to pass him. In an instant, Ramos turned his back and blocked the ball behind him with his heel. This moment of defensive "stunt" was called "Access denied" by Ramos on the Internet! With his eyes closed, he can defend the ball behind him. "Shui Ye" is really bold.
Relying on his own tendons, after Ramos completed his defensive action, his gluteus maximus also pushed Ruben Vargas upside down! The Swiss teenager has never seen such a defensive posture. Because the ball was first touched by Ramos's back heel, the referee did not call a foul. However, Ramos caused many fans to protest after showing off his stunts. They believed that the defensive action was still "too dirty." After all, there are no wet shoes when standing by the river. Once you can't touch the ball, the ball is too good. , Ramos will get a red card + penalty kick package.
Seeing this ball, Wu Lei should feel a little bit. His attack with Ramos in La Liga last season was brought to the ground by "Shui Ye" with his back. Wu Lei's outstanding performance at the time was "don't let the ball pass." Ramos's "denial of access" took Wu Lei very much. However, the referee on duty did not call Ramos a foul. It seems that Ramos has a lot of experience in using similar defensive moves. Unconventional defensive moves have caused many people to suffer.
Especially when he dared to "play with fire" in the restricted area, Ramos wandered on the wire and performed acrobatics, which was a "stunning" that other central defenders could not imitate. It's just that he has never lacked red cards caused by excessive defensive moves in his career. In this century, he has eaten 26 red cards first in Europe! Fortunately, the Spanish national team has never "missed". But always playing acrobatics like this, will Ramos' national team first red soon come?