Sergio Ramos has left Spanish giant’s Real Madrid after 16 years of service at the Spanish capital.
The 35-year-old veteran defender enjoyed a fantastic career at Real after joining the side from Sevilla in 2005, a spell which has witnessed some of the craziest football records at the time.
- 262 yellow cards
Ramos is one of the most notorious center backs of this generation. During his 16 years spell at the Madrid Capital, Ramos has received 262 yellow cards more than anyone else.
2. 26 red cards
The former spain capital has been sent of 26 record times being the player with the most career red cards in the football history.
3. 12 managers
Sergio Ramos has played under 12 different managers in his career at Real Madrid. The 12 different managers were Vanderlei Luxemburgo, Juan Ramos Lopez, Fabio Capello, Bernd Schuster, Juande Ramos, Manuel Pellegrini, Jose Mourinho, Carlo Ancelotti, Rafael Benitez, Zinedine Zidane (twice) , Julen Lopetegui and Santiago Solari.
4. 671 matches
Ramos joined the capital club from Sevilla in 2005. He has played in 671 games for Real Madrid in 16 years.
5. 22 titles
Sergio Ramos has won 22 titles in his 16-year career at Real Madrid.
Four UEFA Champions League titles, Five La Liga titles, Two Copa Del Rey titles, Three UEFA Super Cup titles, Four Club World Cup titles and Four Supercopa de Espana titles.