England vs Spain: Sergio Ramos booed by fans at Wembley during Nations League clash
By Jordan Davies8th September 2018, 8:31 pmUpdated: 8th September 2018, 10:05 pm
SERGIO RAMOS received a villain's welcome at Wembley as Spain took on England - but fans could not decide whether he deserved it or not.
The Real Madrid talisman was booed every time he got the ball at Three Lions HQ - with supporters at the ground clearly still remembering the role he played in the Champions League final.
Ramos, 32, was blamed for allegedly injuring Mo Salah's shoulder on purpose and forcing him off as Madrid secured a 3-1 win over Liverpool in Kiev.< p>He was even sprayed by the Wembley Stadium sprinklers before kick-off - delighting the home fans.
Ramos has developed into a controversial figure on the pitch to anyone who is not a Los Blancos fan - being seen as a brutal enforcer and one who bends the rules to win.Sergio Ramos wins defender of the season and then cheekily touches Mo Salah on the shoulder during Champions League draw Roberto Firmino calls Sergio Ramos an idiot after Champions League final comments on Loris Karius Sergio Ramos wins defender of the season and then cheekily touches Mo Salah on the shoulder duri ng Champions League draw
The Spaniard even admitted he was anticipating abuse from fans at Wembley, but that he simply did not care and his conscience was clear.
And fans on social media appeared to be split in their views of Ramos being booed - here is some reaction from fans on Twitter...