The Spaniard set a new record for the Parisian club on Saturday with 30 matches without a single defeat.
Recruited with great fanfare in the summer of 2021 and stuck in the infirmary for a long time, Sergio Ramos is now rid of his physical glitches. Enough to remember the good memories of Luis Enrique before the World Cup (November 20-December 18) and chain matches with PSG. On Saturday, the 36-year-old Spanish rock played his 30th meeting in Rouge et Bleu. And he still hasn’t known the pangs of defeat. A performance never before seen in the history of the club.
Rai was the one who lasted the longest before suffering a setback: 29 matches in all competitions. During the draw in Reims (0-0), the former Real star had already erased the record of Juan Pablo Sorin, unbeaten in his first 21 matches in L1 with Paris Saint-Germain. Sergio Ramos took part in 22 victories and eight draws with the club of the French capital, gleaning in passing a title of champion and a Trophy of the champions. He scored three goals and was sent off twice. On Saturday, he made his first assist in Paris.
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