Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos put his team on the board with a bicycle kick goal.
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos made his case to play forward with a bicycle kick goal Sunday.
Ramos put Real Madrid on the board against Sevilla with a first-half goal on one of soccer’s most exciting plays. Ramos scored the goal off a corner kick, finding the ball well outside the penalty box, and burying his shot in the back right corner of the net.
Ramos had to be subbed out with a shoulder injury after the goal. The teams were tied 1–1 at the half.