Although he later retracted those words on social media that he had not deliberately earned a booking which would have left clear of cards for the quarterfinals if Madrid qualified, UEFA consider he has broken Article 15c of their disciplinary code.
Knowing Ramos, Madrid will probably lose the first leg before pulling off a spectacular comeback in the second, with captain shithouse himself scoring the victor.
Ramos clarified his post-match comments, saying: "I was referring to forcing the foul, a foul that was inevitable". The only question this time around was the severity of the punishment because Kondogbia did not commit or appear to admit that he had gotten the booking deliberately like Ramos did.
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Woods denied that she and Tristan Thompson hooked up but she did admit they kissed. "I'd be trying to be normal". No passion, no nothing, on the way out he just kissed me.
Ramos added: "If I had wanted to force a penalty, I could have done it in the group stage, in the match against Roma because we were already classified as first of groups and the last game, against CSKA, was inconsequential".
"It is not to underestimate the opponent nor to think that the series is over, but in football you have to make tough decisions".
His argument fell on deaf ears and now he'll be missing important games for Real Madrid as it's not a foregone conclusion that they'll beat Ajax at the Bernabeu. Even if Madrid do advance, they're going to face a tough team and now without their captain. That would just be so Ramos, wouldn't it?