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Sergio Ramos life on Amazon documentary

Amazon Prime documentary ‘El Corazon de Sergio Ramos’ or 'The Heart of Sergio Ramos' is an eight-part documentary series about the Real Madrid captain which is set to bed released on Friday following its premiere on Tuesday.
Sergio Ramos life on Amazon documentary

According to MARCA, in six of the eight chapters, there is information about his relationship with Pilar Rubo, his children, Real Madrid's disappointing 2018/19 campaign, the captaincy, the national team, his passion for music and his love of horses.

Here are the main secrets of the series.

How he met Pilar Rubio

According to Marca, the documentary includes information about how Ramos and his wife, Pilar Rubio first met and how he dreamt of her for three nights in a row and then they got married.

His passion for music

The documentary shows Ramos singing with Nina Pastori and receiving classes from Diego El Morao before attending 'El Hormiguero' to play the guitar.

His relationship with Lucas Vazquez

As we all know, Lucas Vazquez is one of Ramos' closest friends in the Real Madrid dressing room and apparently, the documentary shows how the pair celebrate goals together.

His Panenka penalties

Ramos is famous for being lethal from the penalty spot with a Panenka, which is one of his favorite techniques from 12 yards.

Private party in the Thyssen Museum

It is interesting to know that to celebrate 15 years as a professional footballer, Ramos held a private party in a room at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Among guests, there were some teammates, including Marco Asensio, Lucas Vazquez, Jesus Vallejo, Sergio Reguilon and Luka Modric.

Losing 5-1 in El Clasico and Lopetegui's sacking

Ramos reflects on the 5-1 defeat to Barcelona at the Camp Nou in October 2018.

Yucatan and horses

The last part to know about is the love of Ramos for horses. He is seen attending ‘the International Horse Show’ in Seville where his horse Yucatan is crowned champion of the world in the morphological section.

Source:SportMob