Ronaldinho mocks Sergio Ramos again
Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has poked fun at Sergio Ramos over the famous Clasico clash in which he ran the Real Madrid icon ragged.
One of the greatest games of Ronaldino’s career came during the 2005/06 season when the Brazilian scored a stunning double for Barca in a 3-0 win over Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.
One of these goals saw Ronaldinho embark on a magnificent solo run in which he slalomed past Sergio Ramos before firing past Iker Casillas.
Upon leaving the field, Ronaldinho was even afforded a rare standing ovation by the Bernabeu crowd – an honour afforded to very few visiting players over the years.
What did Ronaldinho say about Sergio Ramos?
And the now 41-year-old has mocked Sergio Ramos over the incident on social media, tweeting “Hey Sergio Ramos, remember this night?”, together with a picture of the two players.
What did Sergio Ramos say about Ronaldinho?
This prompted an equally cheeky response from the Spaniard, who replied: “I do… but this one a few months later was way better.”
Ramos’ tweet included an image of Madrid celebrating winning the 2006/07 La Liga title, with eagle-eyed viewers pointing out that Ronaldinho’s image was mistakenly taken a season after the Clasico in question.
Ronaldinho and Sergio Ramos have been regularly poking fun at each other socially, with the pair having a mutual respect for one another.
Sergio Ramos leaves Real Madrid
Ramos himself is currently looking for a new club after ending his legendary 16-year association with Madrid earlier this week during a tearful farewell press conference.
The Spaniard's contract with the club officially ends at the end of June and he will not be penning a new deal.
Ramos and Real Madrid had been locked in negotiations for over a year about an extension, but both parties were unable to come to an understanding.
The player was eager to be granted a two-year deal to remain at Santiago Bernabeu but, due to his advancing years, he was only offered a one-year deal by the club.
Sergio Ramos is not playing at Euro 2020, having been left out of Spain’s squad due to fitness concerns.