To make the leap into the Champions League: Sevilla clings to Sergio Ramos’ winning gene

There are not many reasons to believe that Sevilla can go far in the Champions League, but the champion aura that surrounds Cameroon invites you to dream.

Sevilla makes its debut this Wednesday against Lens (France) in the Champions League, the older sister of its fetish tournament. The people of Seville had a bad season in LaLiga 2022-2023 and will play in the Champions League 2023-24 as they won the UEFA Europa League for the seventh time.

Considering how poorly the Spanish team has started in the League, with three defeats in three appearances, expectations are not very high in their new continental adventure. But things are expected to change, especially after the signing of Sergio Ramos.

It was automatic: Camas arrived and the team stopped losing. In fact, he won on former Real Madrid’s debut last Sunday. Ramos’ winning gene is exactly what invites Sevilla fans to believe they want to do something different this time in Europe’s top competition.

Source: Goal


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