World Cup 2018: Captain Sergio Ramos Posts Emotional Message After Spain’s World Cup Exit
Captain Sergio Ramos : Host country Russia beat Spain in a punishment shootout to move into the World Cup quarter-finals.
Host country Russia beat Spain in a punishment shootout to move into the World Cup quarter-finals and thump out the 2010 victors at the stick pressed Luzhniki Stadium on Sunday. After Spain’s World Cup leave, chief Sergio Ramos took to Twitter and posted a passionate message. “It harms a ton yet no one should question that we’ll have returned to attempt over and over. Some will go and others will tag along yet we’ll all protect this shirt with enthusiasm and regard. In overcome I feel much more glad for being Spanish,” Ramos’ post perused.
Russia’s Sergei Ignashevich’s own particular objective in the twelfth moment opened Spain’s record before Artem Dzyuba struck in the 41st moment to balance.
It hurts a lot but nobody should doubt that we'll be back to try again and again. Some will go and others will come along but we'll all defend this shirt with passion and respect.
In defeat I feel even more proud of being Spanish.
🇪🇸🇪🇸1⃣5⃣🇪🇸🇪🇸#VamosEspaña 🇪🇸 pic.twitter.com/VnVaCBlbAo
— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) July 1, 2018
In the punishment shootout, Koke and Iago Aspas missed their endeavors for Spain while the Russians changed over their initial four spot kicks.
This is the best execution by Russia since the separation of the Soviet Union. The best execution by the Soviet Union was a fourth place complete in 1966 when they lost 1-2 to the then West Germany in the semi-finals.
Goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev developed as the saint for Russia as he spared two punishments. His activity was made less demanding by poor situation by Koke and Aspas.
Akinfeev turn into Russia’s second most topped player on Sunday, dislodging previous protector Viktor Onopko to third place. This is the 110th universal amusement for Akinfeev, who made his presentation in 2004. Onopko was topped 109 times for Russia from 1992 to 2004.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)