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Sergio Ramos: The player between good and evil (Part 3)

Fernando Hierro has been the heart of the defense and leader of Real Madrid for 14 years. Like his predecessor, Ramos has been the leader of Los Blancos for a long time.

With Sergio Ramos on the pitch, Real Madrid’s face will be different. It is not that he will guarantee Los Blancos not conceding but simply that they will be much more monster. Moreover, their peers know they have someone who holds their faith in the most critical moments. On Ramos’s body there is a tattoo of the number “92.48”.

This was the moment when he hit the equalizer in the 2014 Champions League final against Atletico Madrid. That moment was decisive, changing the whole situation of this match. Real Madrid then won the Decima and entered the tournament history.

Ramos was indomitable and could not fall. One month after his shoot-up shot indirectly caused Real Madrid to stop in the 2012 Champions League semi-finals, he still confidently performed a Panenka in the Euro semi-final against Portugal. He has the wickedness of a street guy but still exudes a masculine aura representing royal dignity.

Ramos’s current contract with Real Madrid remains valid until June of the following year. According to AS, the leaders of the Spanish royal team just want to sign a new contract with a term of 12 months. They represent a policy of only offering a 1-year extension to players over the age of 30 on the team, regardless of their status and status. It is not known whether the two sides will find a common voice in this matter, but the Madridista just hope to see their captain present in the white shirt for a few more years.

Hierro’s No. 4 shirt at Real Madrid was left blank for two years before Ramos inherited it. Now, people question again when Sergio Ramos leaves, who will inherit the shirt, or rather who will be able to fill the void he left. And so far, they still have not had the answer for themselves.

Barca is more famous than Real Madrid before the Super Classic match

Barca is more famous than Real Madrid in the US market full of potential ahead of the Super Classic match in La Liga tomorrow.

Barca and Real Madrid will meet in the 245th Super Classic match tomorrow. But Barca won a win before the ball rolled, because they beat Real Madrid in popularity in America.

This conclusion is drawn from the list of the most famous football clubs in the flag country announced by Gilt Edge Soccer Marketing.

To do the above survey, Gilt Edge Soccer Marketing has zoned a survey of 142 clubs from the top 5 European leagues (Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1) and 2 digital leagues in North America (MLS, Liga MX). The survey method is statistics on search trends on Google and the amount of interaction on social networks Facebook.

As a result, the two leading positions still belong to Barca and Real Madrid as when Gilt Edge Soccer Marketing first surveyed in 2016. But the Premier League is the most popular tournament in the US when contributing 6 names in the Top 10 most famous clubs including MU, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham.

Notably, MLS has only 2 representatives in the Top 20 most loved clubs in America, LA Galaxy and Atlanta United. But Ligue 1 is the least attractive tournament for North American audiences, although PSG is ranked 15th on this list.

Top 20 most popular soccer clubs in America (as of October 22, 2020)

1. Barca

2. Real Madrid

3. MU

4. Liverpool

5. Chelsea

6. Arsenal

7. Juventus

8. Man City

9. Club America

10. Tottenham

11. Bayern Munich

12. LA Galaxy

13. Chivas

14. PSG

15. Monterrey

16. Atlanta United

17. Atletico Madrid

18. Inter Milan

19. Dortmund

20. Cruz Azul