Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has not ruled out changing his jersey number from 4 to 93 to immortalise his equaliser goal in 90+3 minutes in the 2014 Champions League final against Atletico Madrid, which paved the road for a 4-1 victory in extra time.
Ramos was on Monday on Facebook Live to answer questions and interact with his fans, reports Efe.
“The 4 has given me a lot of luck and has accompanied me throughout my career with Real, but don’t think that I haven’t considered changing it for 93,” he said.
Asked by one supporter about the most important goal that he has ever scored, the seasoned defender replied, “I don’t know which goal is my favourite. Maybe the equaliser in the Champions League final because it took us a lot to win and scoring in the last minute is special.”
The 2010 World Cup winner with Spain made it clear that he is not ready yet to hang up his boots. “I still have years here as a player and I enjoy every day.”
The 30-year-old acknowledged that he is grateful for reaching 500 matches with the record European football champions Real Madrid.