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Nobody can be judged by their birth date - Ramos

Wed 17 March 2021 | 0:13

Ramos' contract expires in the summer and there is no talk of extending it at this time.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos avoided talking about his future at the club and did not mention his future status.

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hosted Atalanta tonight and managed to defeat the opponent 3-1 and consolidate their position in the next round of the Champions League. Zidane's men took the lead first with Benzema, then Sergio Ramos opened the scoring from the penalty spot, and then Marco Asensio scored the third goal to neutralize Muriel's single goal. After the game, Ramos praised his team's performance in this match.

“The objective was to pass, with a good result,”

Ramos said post-game in comments carried by



“We’ve come out with the ambition of wanting to win the game and play with control of the ball, to control the game. We’ve had opportunities to score more goals, and there’s a lot more football to be played this season. This is the way to proceed.

“In the end you adapt your approach to the other team. We didn’t know how they were going to press, but we quickly took control thanks to our three-at-the-back system. We knew that with their speed they could be dangerous, but it went well and they didn’t really threaten us.”

Ramos' contract expires in the summer and there is no news of a contract extension yet. Now he has avoided talking about it either.

He added: “In the end, when you’ve been taking care of yourself for so many years, you reap what you sow,” he said.

“Nobody can be judged by their date of birth. We have to always try to perform at the highest level, and people must learn to value performance. I can’t report anything [about the renewal]. When there’s something to report I’ll be the first one to do so.”

source: SportMob