"Sevilla FC have chose to formally request the Professional Football League (La Liga) that it reports to the RFEF's Competition Committee and the state's Anti-Violence Commission the gestures made by Mr. Sergio Ramos during his celebration of a goal in [Thursday'] s match because it could constitute a violation of the RFEF's Disciplinary Code".
Barcelona, current champions of the Copa del Rey and record winners of the competition (28 times), are aiming for their third consecutive title, while Real Madrid are hoping for their 20th title and first since 2014. Zinedine Zidane chose to give those two players some rest and yet Los Blancos managed to get a late 3-3 draw, a result they must try to improve this Sunday in order to keep their current lead in La Liga table. I can' support a part of these fans that insulted me and my mum from the very first minute of the game.
It read: "1. Real Madrid expresses its complete support for our and the Spanish national team's captain, Sergio Ramos, whose conduct is and has always been exemplary throughout his sporting career, to the point where he now represents a benchmark in values for all fans of football and sport in general".
"Real Madrid has been inflexible in applying with absolute firmness the zero tolerance against the violent ones, being forceful in the rejection of those who, with their conduct, seriously tarnish the image that must project football". The sport should be a meeting place and common ground, not an environment of insults, hurling objects or any other manifestation of violence.
"Football is a show of passion, but violent or discriminatory attitudes of any kind do not fit, crucially because supporting a team does not mean not respecting opponents".