Ramos makes history as Spain's most-capped player

  • Ramos makes history as Spain's most-capped player

Ramos makes history as Spain's most-capped player

A late Josh King penalty earned Norway a deserved 1-1 draw against Spain in Euro 2020 qualification at the Ullevaal Stadium on Saturday night in Oslo. Over the course of more than 14 years, he's also scored 21 goals, a figure which puts him among the top ten all-time scorers for Spain, not to mention his impressive trophy haul of one World Cup and two European Championships.

A source close to Ramos this week apparently leaked the news that the Real Madrid and Spain defender, who is set to become his country's most-capped player this weekend, wants to go for gold in Tokyo.

Bournemouth striker King struck from the spot after Kepa Arrizabalaga's clumsy challenge on Omar Elabdellaoui saw referee Michael Oliver point to the spot. I think we have a great team.

"I liked the attitude of the team, but not the first half".

"It's a real shame we couldn't win the game but it's very hard to play against a team that knew they were nearly out of contention if they lost", said Spain captain Sergio Ramos.

No matter the result between Romania and Norway on Tuesday, Spain would not be able to qualify unless they collect a point from their own match.

"At the end of the day Norway are a good team and we will have to be effective to get the win".

Spain's line-up to face Norway included players from 11 different clubs, with Moreno accepting it might be beneficial were clubs such as La Liga giants Barcelona or Real Madrid providing more talent to his squad. "I would love to have seven players from the same team, who will play together every week. but that is not the case".