Sergio Ramos sends Luke Shaw ‘get well soon’ message after head injury

Sergio Ramos sends Luke Shaw ‘get well soon’ message after head injury

Real Madrid and Spain captain Sergio Ramos further endeared himself to Manchester United supporters by wishing Luke Shaw well after he suffered a nasty head collision last night.

The Spaniard put Mohamed Salah out of the Champions League final in May with a heavy challenge, sending Liverpool fans into a fit of rage so intense they actually put together a petition for the game to be replayed.

Liverpool fans continued to bawl over the incident over the summer and Ramos, a world class ‘s***house’, took great pleasure in poking fun at the club and manager Jurgen Klopp.

Ramos, however, was quick to send Shaw a message of goodwill after he was forced off on a stretcher during Spain’s 2-1 win over England.

Anybody who wants to know about winning trophies, winning big games and decisive encounters, they should look at Sergio Ramos.

This is why Liverpool are a kind of natural enemy to him. He is a player who, one way or another, ends up on the winning side. Winning lies in his DNA.

And he is also a remarkable cage rattler. I have no doubts that, by sending a message to a United player, he was not just simply exhibiting good sportsmanship.

Never change, Sergio.