The captain of the Spanish team, Sergio Ramos, defended on Wednesday of the accusations made by the English press and tested with a video on their social networks that does not step on Raheem Sterling, a version that was published in the British media after the victory of England in Benito Villamarín (2-3).
Ramos, indicated as "unsportsmanlike" by his gesture, published a video with another different shot where it is appreciated that he does not step on the Manchester City player, he simply passes by, rubs the boot of his partner and It is this one who pretends by grabbing his ankle.
"Nothing more to say" ('Nothing else to say'), He wrote the Real Madrid center in his Twitter account accompanied by the video of the action, which exceeds 690,000 reproductions just two hours after being published.
It is the second time that the English press has accused Ramos after being named as guilty in the injury of Mohamed Salah, a Liverpool player, in the final of the Champions League, and having left goalkeeper Karius shocked, which would have caused the errors of this in Madrid goals. The Andalusian was shot at Wembley during the visit of the Spanish team last September.