Spain and Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos has explained why his side lost 3-2 against England in the Nations League encounter played on Monday night at the Benito Villamarin Stadium in Sevilla.
First half goals from Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford ensured victory for The Three Lions as second-half goals from Paco Alcacer and Sergio Ramos were not enough to savage a point for the hosts.
Ramos said Spain were defeated by Gareth Southgate’s men because they played against a “world-class” team who had dangerous players.
“England are world-class opponents with some very dangerous players,” Sportsmole quoted Ramos as saying at post-match.
“We had to forget the first half and turn it around in the time it took them to go 3-0 up.
“The positive thing was the reaction of the team, and I thank the city of Seville. It was a pleasure to play here. The fans spur you on.”