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Sergio Ramos makes history with 100th goal for Los Blancos
Let’s all take a moment to remember that the Spaniard is a center-back and yet,
here we are crowning him as a centurion for arguably the biggest club in all of world football.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos brought up a century of goals on Tuesday,
as he demonstrated once more his reputation as one of the deadliest defenders in football history in front of goal.
Ramos, 34, has now scored 100 competitive goals for his club, a figure he reached in 659 appearances
to mark a more than respectable strike-rate of a goal just over every six games.
In fact, Ramos has now scored as many goals as Lionel Messi this campaign,
not to mention more from open play, by collecting his third strike since the restart against Inter Milan.
And now, moving to 100 goals for Real means that he boasts more strikes for Los Blancos than legendary players such as Kaka,
Zinedine Zidane and Luis Figo can lay claim to.
Sergio Ramos 100th Real Madrid goal
— Real Madrid On Tap (@RealmadridOnTap) November 3, 2020