Sergio Ramos made the two-headed eagle, not the Albanian symbol

Sergio Ramos made the two-headed eagle, not the Albanian symbol

 Spain beat Croatia with a deep (6-0) result in the match valid for the League of Nations, and one of the goals is scored by Sergio Ramos, captain of the team.

The defender defeated surprisingly the goalkeeper in the 57th minute, but what impressed most was the Sergio Ramos's party, which made the two-headed eagle Albanian symbol.

This was enough for the Serbian newspaper 'Kurir' to write that Ramos aimed to support Albania. This newspaper writes that this gesture was in support of Greater Albania, which includes lands within the borders of neighboring states such as Serbia (Kosovo and the Presevo Valley), Montenegro (southern part of the country), Greece (southern Epirus) , Macedonia (the western part of the country).

Sergio Ramos made the two-headed eagle, not the Albanian symbol
In fact this news is not really true because what the Spaniard meant was not related to the Albanian eagle.

In fact, Ramos does not made this performance for the first time, but as he has stated himself, this is related to the common eagles that fly and symbolize freedom.
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