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“Ramos is writing his name in the history books”-Casemiro

Tue 24 November 2020 | 18:14

The Brazilian midfielder says it is “a pleasure” to work with a Ramos, who has been breaking records during his time at the Bernabeu.

The Brazilian midfielder of Real Madrid says that it is an honour to play with

Ramos

.

Ramos

joined Real Madrid from Sevilla in 2005. Since then,

Ramos

has played 660 games for Real Madrid. He scored more than 100 goals for Blancos, won five La Liga titles and four Champions League trophies.

Ramos

also has an outstanding record in the national team. He has won the World Cup and UEFA European Championship with the national team and has 178 games in his career.

Ramos

' contract with Real Madrid expires at the end of 2021, and he will be on the market for free.

The Brazilian midfielder told reporters of

Ramos

ahead of a European clash with Inter on Wednesday: "

Sergio is a leader in the dressing room and on the field. It's a pleasure to have shared all these years with him. What he's doing now is writing his name in the club's

history

books.

"He's a player who never gives up. He always wants to fight and he always wants to win. He pushes the team forward, and he's a leader and a role model for us."

Casemiro continued about the position of the game he plays:

"I always say that a footballer, whatever his age, is going to learn something new every day, even if it's small details

.

"The role of the defensive midfielder was quite common in the past, especially in Brazil.

"We had a lot of players, like Mauro Silva, Gilberto Silva and Dunga, who felt comfortable playing that number five role, as we say in Brazil. That ceased to exist, but now it's returning because formations themselves have changed.

"Today we've returned to the old formation where the full-backs are coming up high and then backing away, and the defensive midfielder plays a vital role in this. He provides balance and must keep an eye on the other players and fill any gaps they leave.

"The defensive midfielder is the centre of everything in the midfield and is essential for any team."

Casemiro also talked about the match with Inter: 

"We knew it wasn't going to be an easy game but mentally we were very strong and focused on victory. And then Rodrygo confirmed it with a goal," Casemiro said of an eventful game at the Bernabeu on November 3.

"The mental work and concentration that we maintained throughout the whole match were very important. We're aware that there is still a long way to go, but that victory was very important."

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