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MADRID CAPTAIN, SERGIO RAMOS OUT INJURED

The Real Madrid and Spanish captain was off the pitch before half-time in the game for his country against Germany in the Nations League tournament, with Real Madrid facing some vital matches in upcoming weeks.


The Spanish Capital club has been given a massive potential injury setback as Ramos walked out of Spain's Nations League match against Germany on Tuesday. The 34-year-old went off the pitch before half-time and appeared to show his thigh's back as he settled to the touchline. Spain was 3-0 up already when Ramos went off following goals from Rodri, Ferran Torres, and Alvaro Morata. Torres went on to net a hat-trick as Spain demolished Germany 6-0.
Spain manager Luis Enrique showed optimism that the Spanish captain did not have a serious injury after the game. According to Enrique, in his post-match press conference, we don't think that the injury was too huge or serious. However, it is still a bad period for everyone. I feel bad for his cub, but that's how it is.

Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane hoped that Ramos' withdrawal was precautionary, with his side enjoying a lead, as the Spanish has several important matches set to play. Madrid will return from the international fixture with a clash against the second-placed Villarreal side on Saturday, knowing that a win would take them to within a point of league leaders Real Sociedad at the table top.
Important League matches with Sevilla and Deportivo Alaves are also upcoming. Moreover, Madrid has a lot of work to do in the Champions League.
In the halfway stage of the group stage, Madrid is third in Group B, a point behind group leaders Borussia Monchengladbach. Madrid will play Shakhtar Donetsk and Inter away before rounding off the group stage games against Gladbach at their home.