Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos gets brutally trolled for wearing ridiculous matching blue outfit as Zinedine Zidane's men lost to Villarreal

  • Sergio Ramos was trolled for donning a matching blue outfit at the Bernabeu
  • Ramos watched from a box as Real Madrid were beaten at home by Villarreal
  • The 31-year-old was unavailable for the match after sustaining a injury in training
  • He posted a snap of himself watching the game in the outfit on his Instagram
  • It sparked photoshoppers into action with the defender at the brunt of the joke

It wasn't just the Real Madrid players who featured in their humiliating home defeat to Villarreal that left the Bernabeu with their tail between their legs on Saturday afternoon.

Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, who missed the La Liga clash through injury, was also left red faced after being trolled on Twitter for donning a ridiculous blue outfit.

Ramos took to Instagram to post a picture of himself wearing matching blue shoes, coat, polo top and hat inside an executive box ahead of the match.

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Sergio Ramos got trolled for donning a blue outfit as he watched Real Madrid lose to Villarreal

Sergio Ramos got trolled for donning a blue outfit as he watched Real Madrid lose to Villarreal

But his outfit didn't go down too well and sparked photoshoppers and meme makers into immediate action with the Spain international at the brunt of the joke. 

He was photoshopped behind the desk in a hardware store, with a Batman logo on his jumper and working for Dominoes Pizza among many others.

The 31-year-old would certainly not have been impressed, and equally so by what he was witnessing on the pitch.

The Madrid captain was ruled out of Saturday's clash after picking up an injury in training

The Madrid captain was ruled out of Saturday's clash after picking up an injury in training

The defender was ruled out of Saturday's tie after sustaining a calf muscle injury during a training session earlier on in the week.

And so he was powerless as he watched Madrid slump to a second successive La Liga defeat at the Bernabeu.

Cristiano Ronaldo and co were left frustrated after missing several opportunities to score

Cristiano Ronaldo and co were left frustrated after missing several opportunities to score

Pablo Fornals struck in the dying moments to secure the three points for the visitors

Pablo Fornals struck in the dying moments to secure the three points for the visitors

The loss to Villarreal leaves Madrid 16 points behind rivals and league leaders Barcelona but manager Zinedine Zidane refused to place blame on his players after the result.

He said: 'It is hard to explain. We tried everything. We had clear chances, but the ball would not go in. There is no explanation.

'This is a bad run that won't stop and it is not good for my players. I can't criticise them. This is simply a bad moment and a tough defeat to take on board because we didn't deserve that.'

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