Sergio Ramos' 100th Real Madrid goal revives 13-time winner's group stage qualification hopes
November 4, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.
As well as stopping goals, Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos is doing a pretty good job of scoring them as well.
It was from a header that the 34-year-old Ramos reached scored his 100th goal for Real in Tuesday's tense 3-2 win over Inter Milan in their Champions League Group B game.
Ramos nodded home a Toni Kroos corner to reach his century of goals as the Real captain played his part in helping revive the Madrid club's chances of progressing from its Champions League group.
The late barrage of goals meant Bayern became the first team in Champions League history to score four goals in the last 15 minutes of a game and also extended its winning run in the competition to 14 games.
Alassane Plea scored a hat-trick -- also his first Champions League goals -- to inflict on Shakhtar its heaviest ever home defeat in European club competitions and move Monchengladbach atop Group B ahead of Real.