Sergio Ramos' contribution to this year's potential title for Real Madrid will not be forgotten, especially after the massive display by the defender since the league returned to action after the coronavirus pause.
This time, Ramos did not need to score a penalty to help Los Blancos, as the defender stepped up to give Real Madrid a huge boost en route to the 2019-20 title with a massive goal-line save in the dying minutes of the match against Granada. With this save, Real Madrid clinged to a narrow one-goal lead against Los Rojiblancos, and now, Zidane's men are two points away from claiming one more title under the French boss.
Ferland Mendy and Karim Benzema had given Real Madrid a two-goal lead during the first half, but Darwin Machís' goal for Granada left everything in the air. The hosts increased the pressure and a deflection by Thibaut Courtois was followed up by Ramos' heroic presence to clear the ball and save the day for Real Madrid.
Sergio Ramos yet again.— Corona_Cartel (@Pena_Cartel) July 13, 2020
A goal line clearance in the dying minutes to secure the 3 points for Madrid. Now only 2 points from the title pic.twitter.com/TiT0nhMLjj
If things go as planned for the Spanish giants, Real Madrid could seal their 34th league title on Thursday when host Villarreal at Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium.