Sergio Ramos leaves Viktoria Plzen defender Milan Havel with bloody nose following collision during Champions League clash
- Sergio Ramos appeared to catch Milan Havel as the pair contested for ball
- Real Madrid are 4-0 up in Champions League tie against Viktoria Plzen
- Ramos has accumulated 24 career red cards but was not penalised for clash
Sergio Ramos has risked courting more controversy after appearing to catch Viktoria Plzen defender Milan Havel with a stray elbow during their Champions League clash.
Havel was looking to break forward when Ramos moved across to challenge for the ball, and as the Spaniard clears it, his elbow apparently makes contact with the Czech.
The collision left Havel crumpled on the floor as blood started to pour from his nose.
As Milan Havel breaks clear, Sergio Ramos comes across to challenge for the ball
The pair come together, and Ramos’ elbow makes contact with Havel’s face
The Viktoria Plzen player collapses clutching his face as Ramos recovers possession
The Champions League holders are 4-0 up in their clash thanks to a Karim Benzema double and goals from Gareth Bale and Casemiro in Group G.
A similar incident happened in last season’s Champions League final as Mohamed Salah was forced to leave the pitch injured after a challenge with Ramos.
Like then, he also avoided any reprimand from the referee as play continued.
The Spain international has accumulated 24 red cards during his career, including a record 19 in La Liga.
Blood can be seen pouring from the Czech player’s nose immediately after the collision
Havel receives treatment on the sidelines after the clash leaves him bloodied
Ramos has 24 career red cards but was not penalised by the referee for the coming together