Suggestions that Sergio Ramos stamped on Raheem Sterling have been dismissed by the Spain captain, who posted footage of the incident.
Sergio Ramos has dismissed claims he stamped on England forward Raheem Sterling by posting a clip of the incident from Spain’s 3-2 Nations League defeat.
It had been claimed that the Spain captain, who scored a late consolation in Seville, clashed with two-goal Sterling in an off-the-ball incident that left the England man grounded as play continued.
But Ramos has moved to quell the talk by uploading footage of Monday’s match that appears to show the defender making no contact with Sterling, who was already clutching his leg.
Real Madrid star Ramos posted the video on his Twitter page, including a caption in both Spanish and English: “Nothing else to say.”
Nada más que decir.
Nothing else to say. pic.twitter.com/BCuQI3n7hT
— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) October 17, 2018