Sergio Ramos Insists He’ll Be At Qatar 2022 World Cup

Sergio Ramos Insists He'll Be At Qatar 2022 World Cup

Sergio Ramos has said he has no intention of retiring from international football anytime soon and that he will be at the Qatar 2022 World Cup – even if it means appearing there with a grey beard.

Spain exited the 2018 World Cup on Sunday via a penalty shoot-out defeat against unfancied hosts Russia after being held to a 1-1 draw over 120 minutes.

‘It's so many hours, so much effort and so much dedication.

‘Maybe this wasn't our best moment but we go home without having lost a game.

‘I would like to carry on playing [for Spain] for many more years because I'm going home with a terrible pain.

‘I'm going to have to go to Qatar with a grey beard if necessary.

Ramos added in a tweet: ‘It hurts a lot but nobody should doubt that we'll be back to try again and again.

The 32-year-old has played 156 times for Spain, which is an outfield record for his country.

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