Lorient-PSG: Sergio Ramos' message after his red card

Sergio Ramos reacted on Twitter after his expulsion during the match between Lorient and PSG (1-1), Wednesday counting for the 19 The day in Ligue 1. The Spaniard wants to move on quickly.

A little philosophical sentence to quickly turn the page. Sergio Ramos reacted to his red card scooped during the meeting between Lorient and PSG (1-1) , Wednesday during the 19 e day of Ligue 1. Entered at half-time, the Spaniard received a first yellow card at the 81 e minute before collecting a second five minutes later (86 e) for an obstruction on Terem Moffi. His protests to the referee, Jérémie Pignard, did not change anything: he left his partners at ten for the end of the match. Ramos is determined to move on, as his Twitter post indicates.

“Today is a new day to learn”

“Today is a new day to learn; tomorrow is a new day to improve,” he wrote in Spanish, then in English. Always look to the future. We continue! ”

Recruited by Paris last summer after the end of his contract at PSG, Sergio Ramos was playing his third match under his new colors at Lorient. Arrived with a fragile knee a few months after an operation, he suffered a calf injury in September, delaying his first steps. He finally played his first match on 28 last November on the field of Saint-Etienne (1-3). Mauricio Pochettino had then played the entire meeting. A significant playing time which had caused muscle fatigue in the player.

He resumed last weekend by participating in the first half of 32 e final of the Coupe de France against Feignies-Aulnoye (0-3). Mauricio Pochettino had decided to place him on the bench for the kick-off of the match in Lorient three days later before throwing him at the break in place of Nuno Mendes. “Sergio Ramos came in because we wanted to build the attack in a different way”, freeing the full-backs from their defensive work, said the coach. The player did not finally have time to play the entire second period in Lorient. He will be suspended for the 16 th of the Coupe de France final in Vannes, on Monday January 3 (21 h ).