Real Madrid won 4-1 at Osasuna, Sunday, in the 23rd stage of the Spanish League, but the club’s management informed the competition association that Sergio Ramos was subjected to “instigating chants” at the El Sadar stadium.
Real Madrid said about 400 fans of the stadium, chanting, said: “Death to Ramos,” who scored the second goal for his team, after Real Madrid was a late goal and then tied through Isco.
According to the Spanish sports newspaper “AS”, Real Madrid informed the organizers of the tournament of “violent songs” that hundreds of Osasuna fans sang towards the Royal Club and its fans.
Ramos scored in the 37th minute of the match, after which a lighter of the stands was thrown at the Real Madrid captain without hitting him, so the Osasuna player picked it up and threw it off the field.
Ramos will receive a yellow card at the same meeting less than a quarter of an hour before the end of the meeting.
Ramos was known for his intense enthusiasm on the field, which may lead to violence at times, which made him one of the most yellow and red card players in the history of the Spanish league.
Real Madrid excels at the top of La Liga with 52 points from 23 games, and Barcelona rivals follow it with 49 points with the same number of matches.