Paredes and Sergio Ramos end up with their hands down their throats: unfinished business between former teammates

Paredes and Sergio Ramos end up with their hands down their throats: unfinished business between former teammates

They stare at each other and then stare at each other with a hard nose. The fight between Paredes and Sergio Ramos breaks out in the Champions League game between PSG and Juventus. The face to face between former teammates fuels rumors about the delicate relationships inside the French dressing room.

Author: Maurizio De Santis

Sergio Ramos puts his hands on Paredes’ throat during a lively moment in the Champions League match between Psg and Juve.

Friends, enemies. A week ago they ate together in the cafeteria, now they stare at each other with a stony nose. In war as in love and football there are no rules. And the strongest always count. The former Real Madrid defender affirms his, immediately hits the score, raises his voice and hands, shouts and gestures, beats his legs, has eyes like Caron dimonio. He uses them to incinerate his opponents, instill terror, upset the most rebellious.

Paredes, who shared the Paris Saint-Germain dressing room with him, changed his shirt and is now the opponent to cannibalize. The two stare at each other, their gazes anything but ex-teammates. For the show: we hated each other a lot. And that’s enough to fuel the conversation about what was (and perhaps still is) the atmosphere that reigns within the group of millionaire stars that thrives beneath the Tower.

Paredes fouls Mbappé and does not approach the opponent to apologize.  Sérgio Ramos has seen it all and scowls at him.
Paredes fouls Mbappé and does not approach the opponent to apologize. Sérgio Ramos has seen it all and scowls at him.

The Champions League game is the battleground. But there seems to be almost no taste in how Neymar mocks the opposing defense by inventing assists like on PlayStation and Mbappé addresses this after about twenty minutes. One-two, from the left and then from the right, a lob pass and a triangulation that makes the traveggole come, two whips on the back of defenseless Juve. The rest is fury and adrenaline, anger that at a certain point goes to your head because you understand that if you don’t get out of the corner, you’ll leave the ring thrown and with the sponge on the floor.

Sérgio Ramos didn’t expect anything else. Certain things he smells in the air and does not hold back. In fact, now that his personality has consolidated in the dressing room after a difficult period (due to the muscle injuries that plagued him last season), he is recognized by the French media as the new leader of the PSG squad. He arrived in the capital to instill experience and competitive ‘badness’ only to lift the Champions League which he lifted in Madrid four times. And he won the rank of ‘commander’ who goes to assault in the trenches along with his comrades.

The face-to-face between Paredes and Sergio Ramos.  The fight follows from a foul committed on Messi.
The face-to-face between Paredes and Sergio Ramos. The fight follows from a foul committed on Messi.

Paredes gets tough with Mbappé and doesn’t even apologize. Ramos is there, looks at him and sends a message with a look. The ex-partner reciprocates and challenges him. And Sergio, who in a Champions League final had no qualms about knocking out Salah with a judo move, ties them on his finger. He’ll make you pay for it ASAP. A few minutes pass and the flash turns into a face-to-face confrontation. Bremer fouls Messi from behind, enters the delay and knocks him down. A fight starts, the Spanish defender is ahead of everyone and when he crosses Paredes he puts his hands around his neck. He asserts his whole ‘personality’ and pushes him away. He takes the yellow one, but doesn’t care. What do you want a warrior to be if not a scratch?

Source: Fan Page IT

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