Spanish defender Sergio Ramos has responded to Raheem Sterling’s reaction to an alleged stamp by the centre-back during England’s 3-2 win over Spain.
The Real Madrid captain was criticised following Monday’s UEFA Nations League fixture in Seville for the off-the-ball altercation after cameras showed him walking past Sterling and appearing standing on his ankle.
However, Ramos, in a tweet on Wednesday morning, responded to his critics with a video of the incident from a different angle, along with the words: “Nothing else to say”.
Ramos is no stranger to abuse from English fans having revealed he and his family received death threats after his challenge on Mo Salah in the Champions League final led to the Liverpool forward dislocating his shoulder.
Nada más que decir.
Nothing else to say. pic.twitter.com/BCuQI3n7hT
— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) October 17, 2018