Sergio Ramos is known for helping Real Madrid keep their nets clean, but the captain of the Spanish soccer league champions scored an own goal in Catalonia on Thursday.
A huge banner was raised in the center of Barcelona, the stronghold of Real’s arch-rivals, which includes an advertisement for the second season of the documentary series “The Legend of Sergio Ramos” in the Amazon Prime application and carries a message written in the Catalan language.
This act appeared to be a response to Barcelona President Joan Laporta, who placed a giant banner near the Santiago Bernabeu stadium for Real Madrid during his election campaign recently and included a message saying “I look forward to seeing you again.”
Ramos’ announcement wanted to carry a similar message, “I look forward to seeing me again,” but it contained a grammatical error.
Although the message can be clearly understood, the composition of the sentence was inaccurate, prompting Catalans to ridicule and highlight the error on social media.
Perhaps the sign was a bad omen for Ramos, after announcing later that he would be excluded from next week’s big game against Barcelona due to a calf injury.