- Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos could risk missing the first leg of their semi-final when the draws will be made on Friday following his antics on Wednesday night in their 1-3 loss to Juventus.
The Real Madrid captain who was serving a suspension was pictured standing by the pitch- side in the final few minutes as they advanced to the semi-final following a Ronaldo’s late controversial penalty goal that sends the Los Blancos through on a 4-3 aggregate.
The Spaniard presence is against UEFA regulations and he could face suspension for one more game for it if the Europe football governing body is to play by the rules.
Recall that former Real Madrid player, Xavi Alonso was given a one-match ban for a similar incident in 2014 when he ran down the touchline to celebrate Gareth Bale’s goal during the Champions League final win over Atletico Madrid.
Ramos celebrated with his team-mates at full time; just moments after Ronaldo converted his penalty after Lucas Vazquez was brought down in the box.