UEFA has reportedly launched an investigation to find out whether the claims of Sergio Ramos picking up an intentional booking were true or not.
The Real Madrid defender hinted that he had picked up the booking intentionally against Ajax which will see him miss the second leg.
UEFA has reportedly launched an investigation to find out whether Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos had picked up an intentional booking in the match against Ajax in the Champions League. The Spaniard was shown a yellow card for a foul on Ajax striker Kasper Dolberg during the first leg matchup that the Galacticos won by 1-2. However, the player had hinted towards the fact that he had picked up the card intentionally, which might hand him a two-match ban if proven right.
According to the rules of the governing body of European football, which has been introduced after previous incidents involving Madrid players including Ramos, is a player is found guilty of intentionally fouling an opponent is set to face a two-match ban. UEFA had used the same against Dani Carvajal in the round of 16 match in the last season, which saw the player both legs of the contest.
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