Sergio Ramos has so far scored a total of 63 goals for Real Madrid, and he’s far from ending his late goals scoring streak.
The central defender’s goal which guaranteed Zinedine Zidane‘s side a chance to set another club record above their 35 games unbeaten run.
Ramos, 30, previously scored a late winner in the 2014 Champions League final, European Super Cup back in August and most recently, during last weeks’ El Clasico.
The Spaniard spoke with reporters after their La Liga match against Deportivo La Coruna, revealing his secret to late goals.
Image: Sergio Ramos
“We fought to the end and that’s why things like this happen,” the defender said.
“It wasn’t a great game. We made mistakes that penalized us, but eventually we turned it around.
“There’s a lot to reflect and improve on. In the end, we were able to beat a Deportivo side that did very well.
“In the first half, we had many chances but didn’t take them. After that, we left spaces behind and they countered us.
“Still, we won the match and we’re going like this to a competition like the Club World Cup.