Football fans have flooded social media to brutally troll Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos after his side’s humiliating defeat to Barcelona.
Ramos’ troops were thoroughly outplayed by their fierce rivals, with Luis Suarez’s hat-trick masterminding a thumping 5-1 victory at the Camp Nou.
The loss for the 13-time Champions League winners extends Ramos’ sorry record for Madrid in El Clasico matches, with fans quick to stick the boot into the man rival fans love to hate.
Sergio Ramos collected today his 20th loss vs Barcelona (including 2 with Sevilla). He extends his uncontested record as the player with most losses in the history of El Clasico (18) pic.twitter.com/gH0Ds9Sv9X
— adil (@Barca19stats) October 28, 2018
Very few sights in world football more pleasurable than seeing sad and angry Sergio Ramos
— Alexey Yaroshevsky (@YaroLFC) October 28, 2018
Was it Karma? 😂 or guess, you were not ready fellow 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/71MgonFSf9
— 💛شمس ☀️العالمي 💛 (@AlnassrVFC) October 28, 2018
Suarez’s brilliant hat-trick for Barcelona leaves visiting coach Julen Lopetegui on the brink of the sack.
The Nou Camp lifted Barca back to the top and condemned Real to their worst defeat in a clasico since Pep Guardiola’s side beat them 5-0 in 2010.
“I’m sad, like the dressing room, it’s a tough blow. But I have strength, we are in October,” Lopetegui said.
“Everything can be reversed given how much time is left and for the confidence I have in the group.”
Madrid’s director of institutional relations, Emilio Butragueno, said the wake of this painful defeat was not the time to talk about sacking the coach.
“The result is tough for us but it’s not the moment. It’s a bad night for all of us,” he said.
“This has been an example of the season that we’re having, this is what we are doing,” Real midfielder Casemiro told Movistar.
“We cannot blame the coach, the blame is for the players who played. This reflects our season.”
Barcelona, without injured star Lionel Messi, took the lead after just 11 minutes, with Ivan Rakitic sending Jordi Alba through on the left, and the Spaniard teed up Philippe Coutinho to stroke home.
Suarez doubled the advantage from the penalty spot after he was brought down by Raphael Varane, with referee Jose Maria Sanchez Martinez awarding the foul following a referral by VAR.
Lopetegui changed formation at halftime and Madrid netted through Marcelo and Luka Modric struck the post.
But Suarez powered home a brilliant header to hand Barcelona back control.
The Uruguayan forward completed his hat-trick with a neat dink over Thibaut Courtois before substitute Arturo Vidal netted a fifth from close range, sending Barcelona going top and leaving Madrid ninth.