Sergio Ramos Tested Positive Covid-19 Ahead of Liverpool vs Real Madrid Match

Real Madrid get bad news ahead of the 2020-2021 Champions League quarter-final second leg. Their defender, Sergio Ramos, tested positive for the Covid-19 virus.

This news was conveyed directly by Real Madrid through the club’s official social media. In his statement it was written that Ramos tested positive for the Covid-19 virus after carrying out the latest tests.

“Real Madrid announced that our player, Sergio Ramos, got a positive result in the last Covid-19 test carried out,” said a statement from Real Madrid on its official website, Tuesday (13/4/2021).

That way, Ramos must carry out self-quarantine at this time. The Real Madrid captain is expected to undergo quarantine for the next 10 days.

This condition makes Real Madrid have to play the match against Liverpool in the second leg without Sergio Ramos. In the first leg match of the 2002-2021 Champions League quarter-finals, Ramos could not strengthen Los Blancos-nicknamed Madrid when he hosted Liverpool at the Alfredo Stadium in Stefano.

At that time, Ramos had to step aside due to a calf injury. Now, Real Madrid must return to play without Ramos because the captain is positive for the Covid-19 virus.

The meeting against Liverpool in the second leg of the 2020-2021 Champions League quarter-finals itself is known to be held at Anfield Stadium on Thursday, April 15, 2021. 

Madrid have a neat capital in carrying out the match because they managed to win the first leg with a score of 3-1.

Ramos is now listed as having missed Madrid’s last three matches due to injury. His last appearance for Real Madrid took place in the second leg of the 2020-2021 Champions League last 16 against Atalanta on March 16, 2021.

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