Sergio Ramos Ends a Three-Year Goal Goal

Sergio Ramos Ends a Three-Year Goal Goal

The Spanish national team had a big win in the Group G Qualifying Group G 2018. La Furia Roja bulldoze host Liechtenstein with a striking score 8-0, Tuesday (5/9/2017) or Wednesday morning GMT.

The victory was the best record for Julen Lopetegui’s side in the 2018 World Cup qualifying match. Eight goals were scored by Sergio Ramos (3 ‘), Alvaro Morata (15’, 54 ‘), Isco (16’), David Silva (39 ‘ ), Iago Aspas (51 ‘, 63’) and Maximilian Goeppel (89 ‘) suicide.

Behind the great victory, there are things that make Ramos deserve to be happy. In addition to scoring quickly to open a goal gelontoran Spain, Real Madrid defender is also incised special notes because the header ended his leaning period for three years with the national team.

Ramos last scored against the Republic of Macedonia through a penalty on 8 September 2014. Since then, Ramos has not scored until the game against Liechtenstein.

Ramos has even failed to score a goal through the white point against Croatia in the 2016 European Cup. Donation of one goal this makes Ramos has scored 11 goals for the national team.

If counted as a whole, both in the national team and the club, Ramos has scored 82 goals. A very fantastic achievement considering Ramos is a defender.

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