For once this season, Sergio Ramos and Jose Mourinho were on opposite sides, but this didn't stop the Real Madrid defender from dedicating a penalty to the 'Special One'.
The Spanish League sent out a representative team to face Africa United, coached by Jose Mourinho, in the third annual Champions for Africa match in aid of education programmes in Africa last night.
One of the highlights of the match, which included a number of comedy moments, came 15 minutes into the first half when the Liga team were awarded a penalty.
Ramos stepped up and even before taking the penalty, the Real Madrid defender, who holds the record for most red cards, pointed at his coach on the Africa United bench.
The 2010 World Cup winner duly scored a beautiful 'Panenka' penalty, dinking the ball home and dedicated the goal to Mourinho, who looked on with his trademark cheeky smile.
Sergio Ramos' penalty against Africa United and love-in with Jose Mourinho is below:
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