Sergio Ramos takes ‘200%’ responsibility for Real’s crumbling campaign

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European champions Real Madrid’s season has taken an ultimate turn for the worse after their Champions League as well as Copa del Rey campaigns came were ended abruptly in the space of just a fortnight. Captain Sergio Ramos has taken to Twitter to take complete responsibility of their crumbling term this year, while responding to his critics.

Real were handed a humiliating 4-1 defeat by Ajax last week, and eventually crashed out of the Champions League on a 5-3 aggregate. Ramos admitted to deliberately getting booked himself in the first leg clash between the two, which led to UEFA banning the Spanish defender for the return leg.

Following their Copa del Rey exit at the hands of fierce rivals Barcelona, club president Florentino Perez as well as the fans have been displeased with how the events have turned out, and while they trail La Liga leaders Barca by 12 points, Ramos’ Real career appears to be in jeopardy.

The Spain international took to his Twitter to issue and apology and take full responsibility for everything. He said:

“Recent events have been disastrous and I’m not hiding. We are not hiding. We the players are primarily responsible and I, as captain, more than anyone.

He went to add that he was “200 percent” to blame for getting himself suspended at Ajax.

“There are certain commitments made and it never remotely went through my head that the game could have turned out as it did,” explained Ramos.

The 32-year old continued to say that his team will not be responsible for interim manager Santiago Solari’s future, as the axe looms over the Argentine manager’s head.

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