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Watch: Sergio Ramos involved in a heated argument during live interview

Former Real Madrid PSG defender Sergio Ramos was involved in a heated argument with a fan during a live TV interview.

The Spanish defender returned to Sevilla after his contract expired with PSG this summer. The 37-year-old also had the opportunity to join the Saudi Pro League, but he opted to return to his boyhood club.

Nevertheless, Sevilla have struggled a lot this season as their form has gone from bad to worse. They also replaced Jose Luis Mendilibar, who helped them to win the Europa League with Diego Alonso in October.

Nonetheless, the Uruguayan manager failed to win a single match and has been replaced by Quique Sanchez Flores. Flores will be Sevilla’s third manager of the season.

Sergio Ramos involved in an argument with a fan

Sevilla have suffered nine defeats in their 19 La Liga games this season. On Thursday, Sevilla suffered a 2-0 loss at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, which has left them just one point out of the relegation zone.

After their 2-0 loss to Athletic Club, Ramos addressed the media, but an apparent interruption to the interview grabbed his attention.

Ramos then focused his attention on a fan during the interview and said: “Have a little respect, we are talking. Have some respect for the people and for the badge. Respect the people. We are talking,” said Ramos.

After a muffled reply from the fan, Ramos continued: “Yes, but respect the people. Respect the people. Shut up already.”

It was visible that Ramos was not happy with his team’s performance and how the season was turning out to be overall for Sevilla.

What next for Sevilla?

Despite singing the likes of Dodi Lukebakio, Mariano Diaz, and Sergio Ramos, Sevilla has earned just 16 points from 18 league games, one more than 18th place Cadiz.

Moreover, they also failed to win a single match in their Champions League group, which means they will no longer play European football this season.

With the appointment of Quique Sanchez Flores, the club will now battle to stay out of the relegation zone and will hope for a fresh start from next season onwards.

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