Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has escaped further ban by UEFA following the Wednesday victory over Juventus in the Santiago Bernabeu, according to report.
The captain was left out of the second leg tie due to the accumulation of yellow cards.
Ramos left his seat in the stand to come to pitch side which is a violation of the UEFA rules was present in the tunnel and club dressing room, allegedly breaking UEFA rules.
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However, Cope report on Friday that the Spain international will not be sanctioned further and will be free to play in Madrid’s semi-finals.
There has been a suggestion that the Spanish captain would be banned for one or two matches due to breaching the terms of his suspension.
Real Madrid will travel to Germany to play Bayern Munich in the first leg of the semifinals on the 24th of April while the return leg will be played in Bernabeu on the 2nd of May.
Real Madrid is on the verge of winning their third Champions League in a row.