Ramos: We weren’t innate in Beverly Hills

Sergio Ramos feels a Real Madrid support will be out in full force during a Vicente Calderon.

Sergio Ramos has strike out during an Atletico Madrid’s amicable media debate about their team’s values, saying: “It seems people consider we were all innate in Beverly Hills.”

Real Madrid transport to Atletico for a second leg of their Champions League semifinal with a 3-0 lead from a initial compare during a Bernabeu.

In a build-up, Atletico’s amicable media group have been promulgation out tweets with a hashtag #NoLoPuedenEntender (they can't understand) and messages such as: “I adore we for your values, not for what we win.”

The tweets have been widely seen as a response to a Real Madrid fans’ club-sanctioned first-leg banner that said: ‘How does it feel to have mislaid dual Champions League finals?’

But vocalization during a prematch news conference, captain Ramos said: “Here it seems we were all innate in Beverly Hills, with a stream comment of some-more than €40 million.

“But we have many people who come from common backgrounds, who were brought adult well. All a campaigns, whatever anyone wants to do, does not change what we do.

“We have a values, a piety and make a scapegoat on a pitch.”

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Atletico captain Gabi was asked about his comments and said: “Where we were innate or brought adult has zero to do with a piety we have.

“The piety that we brand with is that that is represented by a fans. You would have to ask Sergio if he was replying to a club’s tweets.”

Meanwhile, Ramos was also asked about Barcelona’s Gerard Pique being whistled when attending a Madrid Open tennis tournament.

“If we go to Barcelona, a same happens to me too,” he said. “I’m not going to be means to change people’s opinion. Everyone looks after their possess turf.”

Dermot Corrigan is a Madrid-based football author who covers La Liga and a Spain inhabitant group for ESPN FC. Follow him on Twitter @dermotmcorrigan

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