Sergio Ramos Mercilessly Trolls Atletico Madrid

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The defender was part of Real’s open-top bus parade after the La Liga giants ran out winners in this season’s Champions League final. They beat Liverpool 3-1 in a game that featured some spectacular goals, such as Gareth Bale’s overhead, but was marred by the tears and some following criticism of Reds goalkeeper Loris Karius, whose two mistakes cost the Merseyside greatly

And the Los Blancos’ fourth Champions League win in five years meant the side were going to party in style during their victory day in the city of Madrid. On PA system, Ramos said to the fervent crowd as per Marca: “We are going to sing a song, because sometimes some people forget.” He and the fans and players then sang in unison: “Let all the Indians (Atletico) know who is in charge in the capital.”

Wow. Ramos certainly knows how to get under people’s skin. If he’s not playing for your team, it’s very likely you’ll despise the veteran defender.

During the Champions League final, Ramos fell down with Mohamed Salah and injured the Liverpool star. This has proved him unpopular with Liverpool fans and even the Egyptian press. But this is just one of several controversial incidents that has involved Ramos. Some argue he’s a serial winner, some say that he’s lacking in human decency.

But there is a reason why Ramos set out to attack Atletico during the victory parade: when Atletico beat Marseille to win the Europa League earlier this month, Juanfran shouted over the speakerphone during his side’s victory parade: “Let the Vikings (Real) know who’s boss in the capital.”