Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos has seemingly aimed a dig at Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho after leaping to the defence of Zinedine Zidane.
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Ramos and Mourinho did not see eye-to-eye during the Portuguese's time at Los Blancos.
Mourinho clashed with a number of players at Los Blancos, most famously Iker Casillas and the current Los Blancos defender.
Ramos has now seemingly aimed a dig at Mourinho after claiming previous managers, who failed to win the Champions League with Real did not get the same criticism as Zidane.
"The Madrid coach will always be questioned," Ramos told reporters according to the Mirror.
"They must know how to live with that. I have been here many years, in the first seven or eight I did not win even one Champions League and there were coaches who there was not a word said against."
Ramos reportedly had a dressing room argument with Mourinho in 2012, where he criticised the latter over his failure to make it as footballer, while Zidane is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time.
"I take my hat off to Zidane, for his management and his CV as both a player and a coach. He knows how to make the tough decisions, and we are all very happy to have him guiding our boat."
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