Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has blasted La Liga referee over his dismissal against Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday evening. The defender urges the La Liga officials to take note from their English counterparts and exercise more leniency in their decisions making. he is the second player to be sent off in Real Madrid team in the space of two weeks following the dismissal of Cristiano Ronaldo against Barcelona in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup.The 31-year-old was shown his 23rd career red card in Sunday’s 3-0 victory at Deportivo La Coruna and his 18th in La Liga. RELATED: Ronaldo reacts to his five-match suspension “In Spain, officials should look at the officiating in the Premier League and let us play more,” the Real Madrid captain told Onda Cero."I like their system because, in Europe, referees are more lenient.""I do not agree with the card, but I respect the opinion of the referee of course."Real Madrid will be without Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo when they play Valencia this weekend at the Santiago Bernabeu.