Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos claims he is enjoying the penalty duties after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Following the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus, the Los Blancos skipper has taken over spot-kick duties and has dispatched them expertly in the process.
The Spanish defender has already scored 10 goals this season – equalling his personal best in a campaign.
And he went on to confirm he was enjoying the role while adding he never wanted to offend when he opts for the ‘Panenka’ from the spot.
Gran partido del equipo: buen juego, ocasiones y goles.
Antonín + testarazo = 2 más para la cazuela 🍳
¡Este es el camino!
Great game: good play with many goals and chances.
Antonín + header = two more for the team.
This is the way to go!#HalaMadrid pic.twitter.com/HhqE7F8AUt
— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) January 24, 2019
“I’ve taken on the role after Cristiano’s departure and I’m delighted to do so,” Ramos told Antena 3 and cited on FourFourTwo.
“It [the ‘Panenka’] is a way to take them, but I never want to offend a colleague.”
Madrid are bracing up for a crucial week in their campaign as they navigate a Copa del Rey semi-final and league clash against Barcelona, a meeting with Atletico Madrid and Champions League tie against Ajax.
Ramos confirmed it would be a huge month for Madrid, who are third in LaLiga and eight points adrift League leaders Barca.
“We are facing Barcelona, who are the leaders in LaLiga, and our rivals in the cup,” he said.
“We also have the derby with Atletico in LaLiga.”
The first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final against Barcelona is on Wednesday.