Sergio Ramos breaks former team-mate Iker Casillas’ record for most international wins as he helps Spain beat Faroe Islands to hit 122 victories
- Spain defender Sergio Ramos broke the record for the most international wins
- Ramos opened the scoring as Spain thrashed Faroe Islands 4-1 in qualifier
- Centre-back has won 122 international games, surpassing Iker Casillas’ record
Sergio Ramos now holds the record for the most wins in international football after helping Spain thrash Faroe Islands 4-1.
The Real Madrid defender opened the scoring as Spain secured a comfortable victory in the Euro 2020 qualifier.
Ramos has now won 122 international games, which surpassed his former Spain team-mate Iker Casillas, who broke the record seven years ago.
Spain defender Sergio Ramos now holds the record for the most international wins
Ramos has been capped by Spain on 164 occasions, having made his international debut against China in 2005.
Now aged 33, Ramos requires just three more appearances to equal Casillas’ record for being Spain’s most capped player of all time.
After Ramos opened the scoring against Faroe Islands, Jesus Navas proceeded to make it 2-0.
Ramos opened the scoring against Faroe Islands as he surpassed Iker Casillas’ record
Klaemint Olsen reduced the deficit for Faroe Islands, but an own goal from Teitur Gestsson and a strike from Jose Gaya secured victory for Spain.
Ramos will be hoping that Spain can secure another victory when they host Sweden on Monday in their next qualifier.
Spain are currently top of their qualifiying group, two points ahead of their closest challengers Sweden.
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