Real Madrid captain, Ramos clap back at Barcelona defender Gerard Pique after he questioned the legitimacy of Cristiano Ronaldo's goal on Tuesday night on Twitter.
The Real Madrid forward netted a hat-trick to help his side move onto the next phase of the Champions League campaign by defeating Bayern Munich after extra-time and into the semi-finals, and in doing so becoming the first player to ever score 100 goals in the competition’s history.
But the Portuguese star’s two goals in extra time were clearly offside, while Bayern’s Arturo Vidal was also harshly sent off late in normal time for Bayern, which fans seems to think it's not worth it.
Pique highlighted the beneficial decisions with a short tweet showing a bewildered emoji. Lol
But Ramos replied back after the match by reiterating Barcelona were similarly fortunate in their remarkable second-leg comeback against PSG in the last 16.
“Nothing new. I’m not surprised,” Ramos said.
“He should rewind and look back to the PSG game and see if he thinks the same about the referees.”
He also dismissed suggestions Bayern were robbed in Madrid despite the crucial decisions going the way of the hosts.
He said: “I respect everyone’s opinion, but I don’t know what theft they talk about.
“The referees sometimes give for you and others take it away.”
Well it's going to be a spicy affair in El Clasico this weekend with Real Madrid hosting Barcelona on Sunday evening.