According to the Argentine superstar Riquelme the Real Madrid goal scoring defender Sergio Ramos would find it hard to score a goal in South America.
The former Barcelona midfielder believes that the Real Madrid skipper would find it hard to score a goal in the South American soil.
In their last match the Defender once again became the savior for his team and score the last winner against Real Betis,
And because of his goal Real Madrid side won that match by 2-1 goals.
From Toni Kross’s corner he headed the ball toward Betis’s net and scored the winner.
Ramos saved his side in many occasions this term but the former Argentine international believes that in South America he would have got less luck about it.
Riquelme said: "In South America, they mark in a different way,"
"They wouldn't let Sergio Ramos start, he wouldn't score a goal."
This season the Spanish defender has reached to the double figure tally for the first time in his career by scoring 10 goals for his side in all competitions.