Sergio Ramos does not stop doing things on social networks to make the quarantine more bearable. Now he has published a series of exercises to do at home and keep fit. There it goes
But it is also that the footballer is supportive: The captain of Real Madrid and the Spanish team has made a contribution in medical supplies to hospitals through Unicef, in a contribution in which his teammates and the club have collaborated, for the fight against coronavirus with 15,000 COVID-19 detection kits, 1,000 personal protective equipment and 364,571 respiratory masks.
“I have been a UNICEF ambassador since 2014 and we got in touch with them and it will be the first time that they commit to bringing medical supplies to all hospitals,” Ramos announced in ‘El Hormiguero’. “For me, as an ambassador, it is very beautiful. We have made a very important donation and they confirm that it will arrive in Spain on Friday. It is a way of making everyone understand that we can collaborate at any time,” he added.
The Real Madrid players have studied the most direct way to help, as sources from the club informed Efe, and the urgency of medical supplies in hospitals has led to the choice of donation through Unicef.
“I thank all my teammates and Real Madrid because they have collaborated and have been participants to help. Between all of us we have to be supportive and help because we are going through very hard, abnormal moments, in which many people are experiencing great suffering”, Ramos acknowledged.
The Madrid captain left football in the background at this time but highlighted the work that the players continue to do at home with a control of the technical body in the physical section and also the food.
“Real Madrid, from the first moment, was very serious about the matter. From the first day we stop training, they send us a training program, with a strong emphasis also on food and rest, to keep fit and not miss a beat. Although this is secondary at the moment, it is also important because we do not know when the competition will return. ”