In his 29th career dismissal, Sergio Ramos saw red as Sevilla fell 2-1 to Real Sociedad. The ex-Real Madrid and Spain defender was ejected for a sliding tackle on Brais Mendez in the 88th minute, further solidifying his record for the most La Liga red cards at 21.

Adding to the drama, Sevilla’s Jesus Navas, aged 38, received his first-ever La Liga red card for protesting against the decision. Ramos now holds the 21st-century record for the most red cards, surpassing Rafael Marquez and Felipe Melo.

The match also featured an early own goal by Sevilla’s goalkeeper and a spectacular 25-yard strike from Umar Sadiq for Real Sociedad, with Youssef En-Nesyri responding with a deflected header.


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