Ronaldinho’s Attack on Sergio Ramos Backfires After Real Madrid Legend Delivered Savage Response

Ronaldinho’s Attack on Sergio Ramos Backfires After Real Madrid Legend Delivered Savage Response

  • Sergio Ramos is billed to leave Spanish club Real Madrid this summer having spent 16 trophy-laden years at the Santiago Bernabeu
  • The Real Madrid legend has responded to a troll by former Barcelona playmaker Ronaldinho on social media
  • Both legends faced-off in different editions of intense El Clasico fixtures in Spain until the Brazilian retired from football

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Brazilian legend Ronaldinho took a swipe on Sergio Ramos on social media which eventually backfired after the Real Madrid legend delivered an epic response.

Ramos who has spent 16 years with the Spanish club is already on his way out, but he has responded to a troll made by former Barcelona ace Ronaldinho.

The defender reckons Ronaldinho’s brilliance on the pitch of play especially when the pair met during intense El Clasico crackers between Madrid and Barcelona.

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Ronaldinho’s Attack on Sergio Ramos Backfires After Real Madrid Legend Delivered Savage Response
Sergio Ramos in action against Ronaldinho. Photo: Denis Doyle
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Ronaldinho aimed a jab on Ramos attempting to troll him on the internet as the Brazilian superstar posted a picture of the outgoing Los Blancos captain watching him strike the ball during an El Clasico match.

Ronaldinho wrote as cited in SPORTbible:

"Hey @SergioRamos - remember this night?!"

It is believed that Ronaldinho made an attempt to refer to Barcelona’s 3-0 win over Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu during the 2005-2006 season when he scored a brace.

However, it appeared Ronaldinho used an image from the 2006-07 season when Madrid defeated Barcelona 2-0 at the Bernabeu.

In response, Ramos attached an image of Madrid celebrating their 30th La Liga title and wrote:

"I do... but this one a few months later was way better."

Madrid lifted the La Liga trophy in the 2006-07 season after a thrilling title race, with Los Blancos and Barcelona finishing level on points.

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Meanwhile, Sergio Ramos ended his 16-year-old relationship after parting ways with the Spanish League giants this month.

The veteran centre-back was sent forth the Galacticos way on Thursday, June 17 with the media and some of the stakeholders present at the event.

He won 22 major titles for Los Blancos including four Champions League - scoring 101 goals and 40 assists in 671 appearances across competitions.

The legend who joined the Real in 2005 said he planned to remain at the club beyond this summer but they took off the initial deal they offered him towards the end of last season. earlier reported that Manchester City are reportedly considering offering Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos two-year deal this summer.

It was gathered that he might be given an option for a one-year extension after the expiration of his initial two-year deal if all things go as planned.

Alternatively, he might be heading to their sister team in the Major League Soccer New York City for the optional extension.

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