Sergio Ramos, a center back for PSG, was showed the red card against Reims for the 28th time in his career and for the first time this season while wearing a PSG jersey.
The match between the French Champions and Reims resulted in a scoreless draw.
Ramos was initially fined, possibly heavily, for a foul on Dion Lopy and was given a second yellow card after arguing with the Referee on the pitch.
The Spanish center back was sent off for the first time when playing for Real Madrid at Espanyol in September 2005. The Defender had received 26 red cards at Real Madrid and two in PSG
Before the Reims game, Sergio Ramos streak of unbeaten games increased to 21 as PSG defeated Nice last weekend.
It indicates that the French team has yet to drop a league match when Ramos is on the field.
Former PSG defender Juan Pablo Sorin had already set the record when he completed the same run during the 2003–04 campaign.
In the course of a difficult match, Marshall Munetsi, Marco Verratti, Andrew Gravillon, Achraf Hakimi, Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, and Bradley Locko were also given yellow cards by referee Gaillouste.
Match Analysis Of PSG vs Reims
The hosts displayed bravery in their play, but PSG had the finest opportunity through Mbappe, who Yehvann Diouf stopped in the 33rd minute from close range.
In the 73rd minute, PSG was awarded a free kick, and PSG Sariba used the opportunity to cross the ball into the box. Neymar was able to get a head on it, but the ball did not affect the opposition.
PSG continued to attack their opponent quickly in the 75th minute. Mbappe and Neymar teaming up with one another.
Mbappe attempted to defeat Locko, but was unsuccessful, and Reims removed the threat.
PSG made the decision to attack in the 76th minute, starting with Mbappe on the right flank.
The French winger then chooses to pass to Neymar, who made it past three Reims players and moved the ball a little bit forward before Vitinha played it over the crossbar.
Mbappe had a chance to score in the 79th minute, but the Reims defenders blocked him in the hopes of salvaging a point for their team.
Reims’ Balogun squandered a chance to score against PSG in the 86th minute after receiving a cross from the right side.
Gianluigi Donnarumma made a great save to stop Arber Zeneli for PSG, who were playing without the injured Lionel Messi.
What Next For Sergio Ramos and PSG
The return leg of the Champions League match between Benfica and PSG will take place on October 11, 2022, in France. A disheartening draw occurred in the previous game.
Sergio Ramos may have a chance to play, but he is already ruled out of the upcoming League game against Marseille on October 16, 2022. It is a must-win game for the French Champions.