After having his nose busted during Saturday night’s Madrid derby, Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos insisted that he would put his body on the line for the cause 1,000 more times if required.
During the first half, a stray boot from Lucas Hernandez caught the the Spaniard in the face as he stooped to direct a header at goal.
That kick broke Ramos’ nose, causing him to bleed heavily.
After receiving treatment, he saw the remainder of the half out before being replaced by Nacho at the interval.
“I would bleed a thousand times more for this badge and this shirt,” Ramos wrote on his official Twitter account.
“Thank you all for the love and support. I will be back in no time. #HalaMadrid.”