Spanish captain Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo have put their differences aside as the duo was seen after the 0-0 draw in their friendly match.
Ramos and Ronaldo have been friends for nine years at Real Madrid and it was reported that the duo has not spoken to each other in two years by Marca.
Ronaldo’s reaction to Luka Modric winning the Ballon d’Or ahead of him in 2018 was the reason for the fallout.
Y seguimos aquí… y lo que nos queda. Feliz de veros, amigos.
We’re still around… and there’s more to come!
Happy to see you, my friends @Cristiano@officialpepe. pic.twitter.com/0spg2hrpdY
— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) October 7, 2020
He told Italian press: ‘Of course I’m disappointed, but life goes on and I will continue to work hard, ‘On the pitch, I’ve done everything to win the Ballon d’Or, numbers do not lie, but I’m no less happy if I do not win, I have wonderful friends and a family, I play in one of the best clubs.
‘Congratulations to Modric, who has earned the award, but next year we will meet again and I will do everything to win the prize again.
‘Do you think I’m going home and crying?’
An action Ramos frown at but it seems the duo have buried the hatchet.
The Real Madrid and Spanish captain shared a snap on his social media of himself with Ronaldo and fellow former Real man Pepe in the dressing room after the draw.
The clash between Portugal and Spain was the first time Ronaldo and Ramos had come face to face since the forward’s departure to Juventus and it seems they have let bygones be bygones.