REAL MADRID are reportedly set to appeal against the red card Sergio Ramos received for his challenge on Gabriel Jesus.
The Spanish defender, 33, was sent off for the 26th time in his career during his side’s 2-1 defeat by Manchester City.
According to Spanish source Cadena SER, Zinedine Zidane’s side will appeal against the decision.
Real Madrid were reduced to 10 men with just five minutes remaining after Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne put City 2-1 up.
Ramos took down the speedy Brazilian on the edge of the box as he charged through on goal during the Champions League tie.
He was given his marching orders by referee Daniele Orsato and VAR did not overturn the decision.
The Spaniard equalled a very unwanted record as he picked up his fourth red card in the competition.
But the Madrid veteran remained upbeat as he posted a statement on social media after the match.
He wrote: “After a very difficult night, there are two options.
“We can think about yesterday’s defeat or work on tomorrow’s win.
“I choose the latter. Head and heart already on el Clasico. #HalaMadrid @realmadrid.”