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Ramos reaches 400 wins with Real Madrid; Casemiro, 200 matches

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NEWS | 22/09/2019 | Bárbara Jiménez

In his 15th season with the Whites, the captain has won 20 titles.
Real Madrid took three points at the Sánchez-Pizjuán in a special match for Sergio Ramos and Casemiro. The captain reached 400 victories as a Real Madrid player and the Brazilian, the 200 games with the Whites.
It’s the fifteenth season in the white jersey for Ramos, who has won 20 titles: 4 European Cups, 4 Club World Cups, 3 European Super Cups, 4 LaLiga, 2 Copa del Rey and 3 Spanish Super Cups. The captain’s victories come over six competitions: LaLiga (285), Champions League (74), Copa del Rey (28), Club World Cup (6), Spanish Super Cup (4) and European Super Cup (3). The season in which he recovered the most wins was 2011/12, with 41.
Ramos has scored 84 goals with Real Madrid: 59 in the LaLiga, 11 in the Champions League, 7 in the Copa del Rey, 3 in the Club World Cup, 2 in the Spanish Super Cup and 2 in the European Super Cup. Sevilla are the side against which he has won the most games, 21, and sored the most goals: seven.

Casemiro, 200 games with Real Madrid
is in his sixth season in the first team, having won 138 games, scoring 19 goals (14 in LaLiga, 4 in the Champions League and 1 in the UEFA Super Cup). 

Casemiro has won 12 titles in his six seasons as a Real Madrid player.

He has won 12 titles with the club: 4 Champions League, 3 Club World Cups, 2 UEFA Super Cups, 1 LaLiga, 1 Copa del Rey and 1 Spanish Super Cup.
His 200 games have come in six competitions: LaLiga (125), Champions League (45), Copa del Rey (19), Club World Cup (6), UEFA Super Cup (3) and Spanish Super Cup (2). He played the most games in 2017-18, featuring 48 times. He has played in all six games for Real Madrid this term, scoring a goal against Levante on matchday four.

Barcelona is the team he has faced the most times (12) and Espanyol is the team he has beaten the most times (8). He has also scored twice against Málaga, Las Palmas and Deportivo de La Coruña.