Contrary to what the title of the Dummies' film within the film '

La Cité de la Peur'

asserted

,

Red is not dead

.

The red is even doing very well with Sergio Ramos, former pillar of La Roja (180 caps) and contemporary record holder for expulsions in the major championships.

This Wednesday in Lorient (1-1), the Spanish defender of PSG was released by the referee for the 20th time since the start of his career started in 2003-2004 (19 in La Liga, 1 in Ligue 1), according to the very reliable data from Opta.

No one did better (or worse) over the period.

20 - Sergio Ramos received his 20th red card in the 5 major European leagues since the start of his career in 2003/04, at least 7 more than any other player in the period.

Recidivist.

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- OptaJean (@OptaJean) December 22, 2021

Entering the break at the Moustoir, Ramos received two warnings in four minutes (81st and 85th) and therefore was able to take advantage of the hot showers before his teammates.

The former Real Madrid captain has also been sent off four times in the Champions League and twice in the Copa del Rey.

A record out of reach

On social networks, the 35-year-old Andalusian posted a comment straight out of LinkedIn after the meeting: “Today is a new day to learn, tomorrow is a new day to improve.

Always look forward.

"

Nice goal: the retired Cyril Rool, with his 27 red cards in all competitions, is only three steps ahead of Ramos.

The Colombian Gerardo Alberto Bedoya Múnera, out of business with 46 expulsions in the bag, seems however out of reach.

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