Paris Saint Germain defender, Sergio Ramos, has tendered an apology to the photographer he pushed after PSG’s abysmal loss in the UEFA Champions League to Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.
The Spaniard seemed not to have allowed the photographers scrambling in the crowd to take several photos of Neymar at his back.
Sergio Ramos was captured on camera tapping the body of one photographer on the back after the photographer apparently barged into him.
He turned and then collided with another photographer with a considerable amount of force after the photographer came too close to him.
This occurrence happened after Paris Saint Germain lost to Bayern Munich at their home turf, with former Parisian Kingsley Coleman scoring the only goal to give the Bavarian side the win.
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Coleman had previously scored against Paris Saint Germain in the UEFA Champions League final in the 2019/20 season before striking again in lightening fashion on Tuesday night.
Sergio Ramos afterwards sent his apology to the photographer whose name is Markus Gilliar, who revealed that the defender had called him.
Gilliar put out the information on his Instagram account, where he shared an Instagram post of Ramos clapping for the supporters of PSG after the loss. Gilliar added: “Surprise in the evening, Sergio Ramos contacted me personally and apologised for his behaviour. Apology accepted, case closed @sergioramos.”
Ramos then sent out the information of his apology on his Instagram story and said: “Danke (thank you) Marcus”.
Sergio Ramos was one of PSG’s impressive players on Tuesday and he was showered with lots of accolades after the game.
However, the Spanish legend still had the urge to send out his apology to PSG faithfuls after Bayern Munich grabbed a slim first leg victory at the Parc Des Princes.
Before the encounter, the Real Madrid legend who signed for Paris Saint Germain from Real Madrid, where he won four UEFA Champions League titles, said that he was initially afraid he had made a wrong choice moving to the French capital.
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Ramos said: “At first, having made that leap, everything went wrong. I got injured, it took me a long time to recover and adapt to the new system, the new team and the new coach”.
“You start to doubt if you have done the right thing or not. But my career has been defined by perseverance and hard work.
“You keep fighting and hope that this will make things more meaningful in the future.”
Ramos continued his statements saying: “What I can say is that I am where I want to be and in a club with such a desire to win the Champions League. And I want to make the most of what’s left of my playing career.”
When he was questioned on his plans after retirement, Ramos stated: “I spend a lot of time in football, and I haven’t had time for the family.
“so when I retire I plan to spend two years raising my children, experiencing everyday things that are sometimes not compatible with football.
”I see myself being possibly a club president, sports director or coach.”
Ramos was an integral player to the White Angels successes across the years he spent in the capital of Spain. He joined Real Madrid in the summer of 2005 from Sevilla and he exited the club in 2021.