England fans believe Sergio Ramos got away with stamp on Raheem Sterling during victory in Spain

The Real Madrid defender is never far away from controversy.

And it looks like he might have some explaining to do again if Uefa see this piece of shocking footage from the 55th minute of tonight's Nations League encounter.

Eagle-eyed viewers were shocked to see La Roja’s captain go over to Three Lions hero Sterling as he lay injured claiming a penalty on the floor and appear to stamp on the Manchester City attacker’s foot.

Due to the pulsating action the incident went unnoticed by many, but you can judge for yourself whether you think the 32-year-old is guilty.

A number of England fans saw the coming together as Sterling leaned back in pain afterwards.

Twitter user @JPT200 wrote: “Ramos should’ve had a red card for a stamp on Sterling.”

While @Lordy88 was bemused as to how TV viewers, let alone the officials, had not seen it.

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They wrote: “How has no one picked up on Ramos purposely going to stamp on Sterling #ESPENG.”

And @CiaranNewton was also convinced as he declared: Ramos decided to go out of his way to stamp on Sterling.”

As was @Matt_Hayden1: “Stamp from Ramos!!!!”

Ramos had the very last word of the night as he scored with a brilliant header with the game’s final touch in Betis.

But it was too little, too late for him and his Spanish team-mates as they went down 3-2 to Gareth Southgate’s men on home turf.

Sterling scored his first international goal for three years to break the deadlock before Marcus Rashford doubled the advantage.

It was double delight for Sterling as he fired England into a three-goal lead before the break but Paco Alcacer pulled one back prior to Ramos’ effort at the death.



Sterling told Sky Sports afterwards: “We went at them straight from the beginning and we were clinical. We finished our chances we needed to.

“It was a beautiful feeling to score, I put pressure on myself, it's my position to score goals. It means a lot to me. Three years is a long time not to score.”

Ramos is already extremely unpopular and became a villain for all Liverpool fans after challenge on Mo Salah forced the Egyptian off in the Champions League final.

His every touch was booed when he faced England at Wembley back in September.

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