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Sergio Ramos has played 500 games for Real Madrid

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NEWS | 11/02/2017 | Alberto Navarro

The Captain reached this milestone in the game against Osasuna. 
Sergio Ramos made his 500th official appearance with Real Madrid in Pamplona. On September 8th 2005, The man from Seville was presented as a Real Madrid player in the presidential box at the Santiago Bernabéu, accompanied by club president Florentino Pérez and Alfredo Di Stéfano. He was 19 years old. Since then, his quality, character and charisma have helped to make him a legend as the madridista captain, as well as becoming the scorer of decisive goals in recent seasons.

The goals he scored in the finals of la Décima and la Undécima will also remain in the minds of our fans along with his brace at the Olympic Stadium in Munich, his goal in the first Club World Cup final, the last UEFA Super Cup or those that he scored in extremis against Barcelona and Deportivo in this LaLiga campaign.

Sergio has played 350 LaLiga games, 96 Champions League matches, 39 Copa matches, made 10 appearances in the Spanish Super Cup, 3 in the Club World Cup and 2 in the UEFA Super Cup. His trophy haul is astounding. In fact, he has won every possible title with Real Madrid several times over: 2 Champions Leagues, 2 Club World Cups, 2 UEFA Super Cups, 3 LaLiga titles, 2 Copas del Rey and 2 Spanish Super Cup.

He has won every possible title with Real Madrid, including 2 Champions Leagues.

As an individual he won the Club World Cup Ballon D'Or in 2014, has featured 7 times in the FIFA FIFPro World Eleven and was voted Man of the Match in the Champions League final in Milan and Man of the Match in the UEFA Super Cup in Trondheim.

Historic list
Only 11 players have played more games than Sergio Ramos for the Whites. Raúl, with 741, tops the list. Behind him lies Casillas (725), then Sanchís (710), Santillana (645), Hierro and Gento (600), Camacho (577), Pirri (561), Míchel (559) and Guti (542). Roberto Carlos, with 527, sits just above Ramos.