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Sergio Ramos nets on his 650th Real Madrid appearance

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NEWS | 19/07/2020

The captain, who sits fourth on the club's all-time appearances list, found the et against Leganés to close out the LaLiga campaign with 11 goals.
Sergio Ramos continues to add to his impressive Real Madrid numbers. Three days on from lifting the LaLiga title, the captain opened the scoring in the final game against Leganés on his 650th appearance for the Whites. President Florentino Pérez presented him with a commemorative jersey following the final whistle. Almost 15 years have passed since Ramos was unveiled as a madridista (8 September 2005) and he has gone on to become a club legend in that time, having clinched 22 titles: 4 Champions Leagues, 4 Club World Cups, 3 European Super Cups, 5 LaLiga titles, 2 Copas del Rey and 4 Spanish Super Cups.

His 650 appearances have come across six competitions: 454 in LaLiga, 124 in the Champions League, 48 in the Copa del Rey, 14 in the Spanish Super Cup, 6 in the Club World Cup and 4 in the European Super Cup. The figure sees him sit fourth on Real Madrid's all-time appearances list behind Raúl (741), Casillas (725) and Sanchís (710). The seasons in which he played the most games were 2011-12 and 2013-14, when he was involved in 51 encounters. He has made 44 appearances so far in the current campaign.
Match-winning goals
Sergio Ramos has scored 97 goals for Real Madrid, 13 of them this season (11 in LaLiga and 2 in the Champions League). His goals in the finals of La Décima and La Undécima will go down in history. A specialist in scoring in key matches, he also netted in the 2016 European Super Cup and the 2014 and 2018 Club World Cups.