Sergio Ramos: Real Madrid is the biggest club in the world and the most successful


Real Madrid won the Spanish Supercup against city rivals Atletico after penalties and the club's captain Sergio Ramos took the opportunity to state that Los Blancos are the world's greatest team.

Ramos first spoke directly after the match and winning the silverware.

"Another trophy to add to the team's collection. It's the result of lots of effort, hard work, and dedication. And 'until the end' just as our motto says. It went to penalties but the important thing is to keep plugging away. Madrid never tire of winning things," said the centre-back.

Afterwards, Ramos celebrated the title by stating that Real is the greatest side in the world. 

"Real Madrid is the biggest club in the world and the most successful, and that's why they have won throughout their history and why we continue to do it generation after generation, leaving everything on the field to try and win many more titles."

Ramos will now sit out 15 days due to an ankle injury, and the defender shared an interesting video on social media regarding it. He was doing his rehabilitation by listening to the fitting song Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love.

He has now won 21 trophies with Real and is just two trophies from equalling Francisco Gento's record of 23 pieces of silverware won for the Santiago Bernabeu club he gathered between 1953 and 1971.

"And on a personal level, it's a special day because it's always a challenge to know that you're two titles away from beating the player who has achieved the most at Real Madrid and hopefully I can pass him."

Zinedine Zidane also has extra rights of being proudful, as Madrid won all nine finals he led them in. With Zizu the squad has won the decisive match in 3 Champions Leagues, 2 Club World Cups, 2 European Super Cups, and 2 Spanish Super Cups. 


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