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Sergio Ramos records as a scoring defender

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Sergio Ramos is one of the most iconic players in the history of Real Madrid. He played for the Spanish team for 16 years and it is for sure that he did not disappoint his fans. His aggressive playing style and his productivity make him a unique player, unlike any other. Find the latest news about the Spanish defender.

How many goals does Sergio Ramos have?

If we are talking about UEFA Champions League, Sergio Ramos is the only defender to have scored in two finals. He also became the highest-scoring defender in the entire history of the League in early 2020, when Real Madrid won 2-1 over Real Sociedad. Within the League, he has won an outstanding 22 trophies, played 671 games and scored 101 goals, 55 of which have been header goals. 

The Spanish player has also played 45 classic matches and he is the player to have played the most Champions League games without being a substitute. He has played 129 Champions League games, all of them as an incumbent for Real Madrid. In total, he won 5 titles in La Liga, 4 Champions Leagues and 2 Copas del Rey.

It seems that 2020 was a brilliant year for Ramos, who also plays for the Spanish national team. This team has seen him break a couple of records as well. That year, he broke the record for most minutes played in the national team —13,340 minutes at the time—. This record was previously held by Iker Casillas, who had played 13,336 minutes. 

Sergio is also the most capped player in the history of the Spanish national team, in which he has played 180 games. In the year 2020, he also became the European player who has played the most matches in the Spanish national team, with a grand total of 177 international games at the time, overtaking the Italian soccer player Buffon, who had previously held that record. Ramos broke Buffon’s figure 15 years after making his national team debut, in the Spain vs. Portugal game that took place in October 2020.

Real Madrid’s hero

Ramos began his formal career in Sevilla F.C, but his biggest exploits were performed during his career in Real Madrid, which he joined in 2005. Back then, at only 19 years of age, he broke a transfer record, costing an amazing €27m. It was 10 years later, in 2015, that he was made captain after Iker Casillas left Real Madrid for the Portuguese team F.C. Porto.

For all the accomplishments he made, there is one that will surely stand out the most to Real Madrid fans. In the final match of the 13-14 Champions League against Atlético Madrid, Ramos became the man of the match by scoring a header goal which secured “La Décima” the team’s 10th trophy in UEFA Champions League. This match will definitely be engraved in Real Madrid fans for life.

Not the best record to have

Sergio Ramos is appreciated for the aggressive nature of his playing style. It has earned him countless records, but it has also backfired for him, since he is the player with the most red cards in La Liga, having accumulated 20 red cards and also 26 send-offs. Surely not the record he appreciates the most.

New horizons: PSG

Unlike his brilliant 2020 season, the 2021 season has been rough for Ramos. He has struggled with injuries and also caught COVID-19. 

In July, there was an announcement that the Spaniard was transferring from Real Madrid to the French team Paris Saint-Germain after 16 successful years playing for the Spanish team. He chose the number 4, he said, to bring him good luck in this new beginning. 

After his medical examination, the doctors said he had the physique of a 25-year-old. There is no doubt he will be looking forward to breaking countless more records in his new team.

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A BOLA – Leo Martins among the finalists for the title of the best player in the world (beach soccer)

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A BOLA - Leo Martins among the finalists for the title of the best player in the world (beach soccer)

Leo Martins is among the top three beach soccer players in the world. The national team player has been nominated for the award at the Beach Soccer Stars 2021 event scheduled for November 6 in Dubai.

This season, the player won the European title for the third time from Portugal and was recognized as the best player in the Europa League, and also won the Portuguese Cup and the Portuguese Championship from SC Braga, finishing second. in the European Championship for the Minho club.

Speaking to the Portuguese Football Federation, Leo Martins was proud of this award: “I am very happy, this is the result of a lot of work. Now we need to wait to see who will be the winner. To be honest, I never really thought about this reality. However, from the moment we started promoting this opportunity, the truth is that expectation and hope began to arise in us. Now that I am among the top three finalists, it is clear that this is becoming the goal. I am very calm, I believe and believe that the result will be the best, ”the player said.

The Portuguese national team player also analyzed this moment, which allowed him to be among the nominees: “When I look at my path, I get emotional when I remember the people who helped me get here. I thank God, my family, my wife, my brother Bee Martins, and also Bruno Torres. To all my SC Braga and national teammates and their coaches. I dedicate this date to all of them. Without them, I could not be at this level. “

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Philippe Borer (Switzerland) and Ozu Moreira (Japan) also claim to be the best beach soccer player in the world, and none of the three finalists have such a distinction in their curriculum. To win the award, Leo Martins will replace another Portuguese: Jordan Santos, the current title holder, won in 2019.

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A BOLA – “I had offers from FC Porto and Atletico Madrid and I made the right choice” (Brazil)

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A BOLA - “I had offers from FC Porto and Atletico Madrid and I made the right choice” (Brazil)

Brazilian striker Hulk recalled the reason why he moved to Porto in 2008, when he had an offer from Atletico Madrid.

“When I was at Vilanovens, I was taken to the Porto match. When I entered Estádio das Antas, the stands were full. He said that one day he will play there and go down in the history of this club. And when I received an offer, I remembered that moment. I was destined to wear the FC Porto jersey, ”says the Brazilian striker, recalling that he had the opportunity to choose between dragons and Atlético Madrid:“ Atletico is a club respected all over the world, a great team, but I chose FC ” Porto “and made the right choice.”

FC Porto was my gateway to the world of football, it gave me fame and made me recognizable and respected. I started my career at Vitoria da Bahia and then left for Japan. I came to Porto at the age of 22 and this was one of the most important stages in which I played. Little was known of me, and in a short time I won a place and respect at the club and in the country, playing in the Champions League and made history with Porto. I really love this club. It’s nice to be among the top eleven institutions with over 120 years of history, ”he added.

Now beaming with Atlético Mineiro’s jersey, Hulk was asked if he plans to return to European football: “I have been at Atlético for eight months and it looks like I arrived yesterday. I feel good here. It’s nice to come back to my country after 16 years and do a good job at the club that opened the doors for me. Now I don’t see myself in another club. But you never know what will happen tomorrow and whether I will play again in Europe. “

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A BOLA – FC Porto defeats Benfica and strengthens leadership (speed skating)

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A BOLA - FC Porto defeats Benfica and strengthens leadership (speed skating)

Porto beat Benfica 4-3 in the derby and maintains the lead in the national roller hockey championship. Carlo Di Benedetto (3) and Gonzalo Alves scored goals for dragons, while Carlos Nicolia (2) and Lucas Ordonez scored goals for eagles.

“Dragons” with a fatal blow quickly arrived with a score of 3: 0, the result fell on the break.

In an additional stage, the scenario was changed, Benfica reacted energetically, scored two goals in the first three minutes and soon managed to achieve a draw.

However, blue and white returned to the attack and eventually managed to return to the leader of the marker without losing it anymore. Thus, Ricardo Ares’ team won the seventh victory in the same number of games (21 points), while the Reds added a fourth defeat in seven games, thus retaining the 9 points they scored on this seventh journey.

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End of the match

50 minutes – Blue card to Benfica coach Nuno Resende for protests.

50 minutes – Gonçalo Alves, transforming the free kick, allows Pedro Henriquez to defend again.

50 minutes – Fifteenth foul by Benfica. Direct free kick for Porto with 14 seconds remaining.

47 minutes is a time discount requested by Benfica coach Nuno Resende.

45 minutes – everything is open in the last five minutes of the match. Porto win 4-3, they could have increased the score, but Benfica also had opportunities to score. These will be crazy final moments at the Dragão Arena …

43 minutes – Gonçalo Alves free-kick allows Pedro Henriquez to defend.

43 minutes – Tenth foul by Benfica. We will have a free kick for Porto.

43 minutes – After the help of Telmo Pinto, Rafa was the first to shoot Pedro Henriquez’s beautiful performance.

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40 minutes – long-range shot by Ezequiel Mena, protected by Pedro Henriquez’s mask.

38 minutes – FC Porto goal… Carlo Di Benedetto, already on the court, runs great and scores. 4-3

37 minutes – Great opportunity for Benfica: Lucas Ordonez’s strong shot from Xavi Maliana’s crossbar.

37 minutes – Great opportunity for Porto: Carlo Di Benedetto, unopposed, hits just above Pedro Henriquez’s goal.

35 minutes – After the first ten minutes of the second half at Dragão Arena, everything turned out to be a draw. Benfica responded perfectly to the disadvantage (0: 3), with which they left for the break, and in the first moments of the extra stage managed to draw thanks to goals from Carlos Nicolia (2) and Lucas. Ordonez. In the chapter on dragon fouls 11 (Benfica already took advantage of the free kick, while the dragons committed the tenth foul) and Eagles 9 (for the next violation, FC Porto penalizes with a free kick). …

34 minutes – Goal Benfica… Lucas Ordonez, dodging the mark of Gonçalo Alves, shoots at 3-3

33 minutes is a time discount requested by Benfica coach Nuno Resende.

33 minutes – After a counterattack and a pass from Diogo Rafael, Pablo Alvarez kicks in and Javi Malian intervenes superbly.

30 minutes. As soon as Porto dealt the fatal blow in the first half … Benfica did the same in the second. After the first five minutes of the extra stage, the Eagles have already scored twice (encore Carlos Nicolae, both free kicks) and reduced the defeat to a minimum gap. The classic at Dragão Arena continues …

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28 minutes – Carlos Nicolia shot on goal.

27 minutes – Goal Benfica… Carlos Nicolia, taking the free kick again, beats Xavi Malian and reduces to 3-2

27 minutes – Carlo Di Benedetto’s blue card and Benfica’s free kick.

25 minutes – Goal Benfica… Carlos Nicolia in the transformation of the free kick hits the goal of Xavi Maliana. 3-1

25 minutes – In just 7 seconds of the second half, Benfica will have a free kick advantage after the tenth foul by Porto.

The beginning of the second part.

Break… Porto are resting with a comfortable advantage (3: 0). The Dragons entered the game in an overwhelming manner, scoring three goals – twice Carlo Di Benedetto and one to Gonçalo Alves (free kick) – in the first four minutes, leaving Benfica unresponsive in the opening moments. It took the Reds a long time to really get into the game, but when they got the game right, they balanced the operations and may have already cut them down. The most egregious case was with the stick of Diogo Rafael, but the captain of the Eagles missed a penalty, excellently defended by Xavi Malian. The second part promises to be intense in the Dragão Arena, which is almost full.

20 minutes – Benfica penalty. In the transformation, Diogo Rafael makes a great save from Xavi Malian.

20 minutes – Reinaldo Garcia shot in the post. What a bomb from Argentine FC Porto!

19 minutes – Ezequiel Men’s assistant, Telmo Pinto shot, Pedro Henriquez’s excellent save.

17 minutes – Telmo Pinto came close to a goal in the counterattack. Benfica have earned the defense of Pedro Henriquez.

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15 minutes – Carlos Nicolae’s shot from afar – another beautiful performance by Javi Malian.

12 minutes – Time discount requested by Ricardo Ares. The blue-and-white coach realized that Benfica had improved and, of course, took advantage of this moment to correct some situations. From the stands at the Dragão Arena, which are almost completely full, the strong support of the FC Porto players continues to emanate.

10 minutes – the phase of more balance in the match, when Benfica improve defensively and try to create dangerous situations at the Porto goal. But Ricardo Ares’ charges, thanks to the advantage of three goals, are naturally much more confident on the track …

6 minutes – Benfica almost scores. Edu Lamas shot to protect Xavi Malian. On the rebound, Gonçalo Pinto also tried his luck, but the Spanish goalkeeper was again a giant at the blue and white goal.

4 minutes – FC Porto goal… Gonçalo Alves, converting the free kick, increases: 3-0 in favor of dragons.

4 minutes – Blue card to Diogo Rafael, for protests. FC Porto awards a free kick.

4 minutes – FC Porto goal… Carlo Di Benedetto with a cross on the left side makes 2-0… Biza is a French player.

1 minute – FC Porto goal… Carlo Di Benedetto (50 seconds) uses the bounce of the ball in Benfica’s zone to open the game. 1-0

Five initials:

FC Porto: Javi Malian, Telmo Pinto, Carlo Di Benedetto, Xavier Barroso and Gonçalo Alves.

Benfica: Pedro Henriquez, Diogo Rafael, Edu Lamas, Lucas Ordonez and Gonzalo Pinto.

Refereeing Panel: Silvia Coelho and Pedro Figueiredo

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