Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos has tested positive for Covid-19 ahead of their clash tonight. The talented Spanish Centre back did not play for Real Madrid in the first Leg against Liverpool due to a Calf Injury. The talented star sustained His injury during the International break while playing for the National team. Ramos who missed out on the first leg is now set to also miss the return fixture.
The Real Madrid Legend did not Feature in Madrid's 3-1 victory over Liverpool. Despite His absence Real Madrid still managed to defeat Liverpool, thanks to spectacular goals and performance from Madrid young star Vinicius Junior. Madrid are also expected to face Liverpool tonight without Lucas Vazquez who sustained an injury in the El Clasico.
It remains to be seen who will finally make it to the Semi finals of the UEFA Champions League tonight. I will like to see your opinion and thoughts about Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos Injury in the comments section.
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