Sergio Ramos turns 34
The captain has made 640 appearances for Real Madrid, scoring 91 goals and winning 21 titles.
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Sergio Ramos turns 34 and his name has long been part of the Real Madrid legend. The captain is playing his fifteenth season with the Whites, where he has a spectacular record consisting of 21 titles: 4 Champions Leagues, 4 Club World Cups, 3 European Super Cups, 4 Spanish Leagues, 2 Copa del Reys and 4 Spanish Super Cups.
Ramos is the fifth highest appearance maker in the history of Real Madrid: 640 games. He is only behind other club legends such as Santillana (645), Sanchís (710), Casillas (725) and Raúl (741). In addition, he has scored 91 goals. But apart from his statistics, the captain is an important figure in Real Madrid’s 118-year history.
The European Cups
His goals against Atlético in la Décima and la Undécima finals, or the goals in the 2014 and 2018 Club World Cups are unforgettable. He has also been captain when winning three of his four Champions League titles. In the last title he won, the Spanish Super Cup in Yeda, he scored the decisive penalty in the shootout. As for his international career, he has made the most appearances for Spain (170), winning one World Cup and two European Championships.