The Estadio San Mames witnessed history on Saturday beer777
evening as Sergio Ramos received his 19th red card in the top flight of Spanish football. That takes him above Pablo Alfaro and Xavi Aguado in the standings to become the player with the most red cards in the history of the competition.This time, it was two yellow cards that put an end to the evening of the Real Madrid captain. The first was for a foul on Raul Garcia in the 11th
minute, whilst the second came in the 86th for a foul on beer777
Aritz Aduriz.It's Ramos' second sending off of the season after he was dismissed in the first game of the season against Deportivo la Coruna. That day, he received his marching orders in the 89th minute.Throughout his career at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, the defender has seen a grand total of 24 red cards in all competitions. On top of the 19 in La Liga, he has been sent
off three times in the Champions League and twice in the Copa del Rey.Since he joined the club in 2005/06, he has only gone one whole season without being sent off, beer777
which was in 2014/15.The worst campaign in terms of his disciplinary record came in his very first in Madrid, when he was dismissed four times.