Sergio Ramos will be available for Real Madrid’s Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich later this month after UEFA decided against punishing the defender following his side’s dramatic aggregate victory over Juventus on Wednesday, according to reports in Spain.
The 32-year-old was witnessed in the tunnel during the second half as Los Blancos fought for their lives to secure qualification into the next round after throwing away a three-goal cushion.
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Without Ramos, Real Madrid will struggle in defence, against one of the best attacking teams in the world.
— Andy♀ (@Addicted2RM) April 12, 2018
The club captain was also visible near the hosts’ bench as Cristiano Ronaldo slammed home the penalty which broke the Italians’ hearts in stoppage time; and, according to UEFA’s rulings, that is not permitted.
Ramos was unavailable for the contest through suspension and picking up a needless yellow card during Real Madrid’s 3-0 win at the Allianz Stadium earlier this month.
And, as the rules state, a banned player is not permitted to be in the tunnel or pitchside during the 90 minutes, with