Sergio Ramos' stats at Real Madrid: goals, games, cards...
The Real Madrid centre-back has announced he is leaving the club. We take a look at his numbers with Los Blancos across the biggest competitions.
The Sergio Ramos-Real Madrid soap opera is over. The legendary defender has decided to leave the Spanish club after 16 years.
Ramos, who joined Los Blancos from Sevilla in 2005, updated the cover photo on his Facebook page to read "Gracias. Thank you" alongside the Real Madrid logo. Ramos, 35, is among the Madrid career leaders in games played and trophies won.
The centre-back wanted a two-year deal to stay in Madrid and negotiated with president Florentino Pérez until the last minute trying to reach an agreement.
Sergio Ramos’ numbers and stats at Real Madrid
Ramos played a total of 469 games in LaLiga after he left Sevilla to join the Spanish powerhouses, although this last season he only took part in 15 matches due to injuries, which led the Spanish head coach Luis Enrique not to call him up for Euro 2020.
He scored 72 goals and gave 39 assists in the Real Madrid jersey in the domestic competition, while he saw the red card six times. He won the title five times.
The Andalusian player has also been one of the best defenders in the most important European competition, lifting the trophy four times. He played 129 games with Madrid, scoring 15 goals and providing eight assists. He saw the red card on two occasions.
Copa del Rey
When it comes to the second competition in Spain, Ramos was on the pitch 48 times, finding the back of the net seven times and assisting once. During those matches he never saw red, but did get 19 yellow cards. The Spanish Cup hasn’t been his most prolific tournament, but he won it twice.
Spanish Super Cup
Sergio Ramos has won the Spanish Super Cup with Real Madrid four times. He played 15 matches in what is considered to be the third competition in Spain, which is played by the LaLiga and Copa del Rey champions.
During those 15 games, Ramos scored two goals and provided one assist, while he was booked four times.
Club World Cup
Six games and 531 minutes. Those are the numbers of the iconic number ‘4’ in the competition that only the Champions League winner can play to be considered ‘the best club in the world’.
Ramos, who lifted four Club World Cup titles in his career, scored three goals in the six matches he took part in and saw a yellow card on four occasions.
UEFA Super Cup
Real Madrid’s captain also had success in the UEFA Super Cup, where the Champions League and the Europa League winners face each other before the start of the new season.
Ramos played four games, where he scored two goals in 420 minutes and saw the yellow card twice. He won the trophy three times.
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