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Ramos talks about Real Madrid title race ‘noise’

Ramos talks about Real Madrid title race 'noise'

Sergio Ramos hit at the “commotion” encompassing Real Madrid ‘s offer for the title, saying “imagining things” is talking about refs helping La Liga leaders. Ramos, 34, scored a free-kick as Madrid defeated Mallorca 2-0 on Wednesday to hold his advantage over Barcelona’s rivals — 68-direct equal with top head-toward head records.

Last week, Barca’s Gerard Pique indicated that the officials in the title chase favored Real Madrid before the team took advantage of the main choices in a Real Sociedad victory on Sunday.

Ramos told Movistar: “The whole commotion that is made is that we are champions now. On the off chance that we weren’t, individuals haven’t spoken too regularly. Refs and VAR are here to help. I don’t believe they’re making any arbitrary choices. Clamor needs to stop. It resembles we can thank the officials for being leaders.”

Real Madrid’s defender is making the most of his best-ever goal-scoring season since hitting the net eight times in this La Liga campaign.

He said: “Football is a team sport. In any case, on a personal level statistics and personal issues rouse me and make me pleased. It’s a reward for duty, long years of hard work.”

Coach Zinedine Zidane also recognized Ramos ‘s commitment.

He added: “I am pleased with its target. He’s our captain and our leader. He’s always demonstrating us the way. He’s doing free-kicks and it’s rewarding for him to score one and for us … I always disclose to him he must resign here.”

Real Madrid has played four games in 11 days, having won them all since the arrival of La Liga. We have 7 more to play on a riotous timetable until the residential seas end on July 19.

Ramos said: “You could see the sleepiness of the squad today with games at regular intervals. The recuperation time is what it is. There may be one ‘coronavirus season’ and we want to win it as a reward for all the work we have placed in to continue playing over these months.”

Zidane added: “We just can’t practice too a lot. We just can’t do exactly what we want. We ‘re playing like clockwork. Today ‘s attitude has been amazing. We have 7 finals left at this point. The facts confirm that after so many games, we ‘re feeling tired. Be that as it may, for each team, it’s the same, it’s an alternate case, too, with the heat.”