Real Madrid face setback as Sergio Ramos out for a month due to injury; check out

Real Madrid have confirmed that club captain, Sergio Ramos has suffered a calf injury on international duty and would be out for around one month.
This means he will miss both legs of the quarterfinal match up against Liverpool in the Champions League followed by the El Clasico on April 10.
ImageThe Spain and Real Madrid captain recently recovered from a Torn Meniscus which kept him out for almost 2 months at the start of the year.
But this is devastating news given his recovery and return to the field only to be out once again and at such a crucial stage of the season.
Ramos came on a substitute for four minutes replacing Eric Gracia in the 3-1 home win against Kosovo as Spain reached the top of Group B table.
The defender’s leadership quality and excellence in the heart of defense will be sorely missed against quality teams like Liverpool and Barcelona.
Real Madrid is placed 3rd in the league table having secured 60 points after 28 games and are six points behind league leaders, Atlético Madrid as they challenge for the title.
Los Blancos will need to step up in his absence as they look to mount a challenge to finish the season with silverware.


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