Liverpool still not good enough to challenge for Premier League title

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AS Roma (ITA), Liverpool (ENG).

Ramos was seen pitch-side in the dugout and in the tunnel when he had no right to be there.

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos could miss out on the UEFA Champions League semi-final due to his antics from the sidelines at the Bernabeu on Wednesday night.

Barring any mishap they're effectively 90 minutes away from joining Jurgen Klopp's men in Friday's semi-final draw, and Waddle feels that Real could prove to be too much for the Reds across two legs, but it would be a different story in a one-off game.

Liverpool are still in the hunt for their sixth European Cup after reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time in 10 years on Tuesday.

His actions are against UEFA regulation Article 15, Misconduct of Players and Officials, section (vii), which says players can not participate in a match for which they are ineligible.

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Ramos was seen discussing the game with the club's staff and, towards the end of the match, he was also involved in an altercation with Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri before Ronaldo stepped up and sealed Real's win with a penalty.

If the referee notes Ramos' presence in the tunnel in his match report, then the centre-back could face another suspension and Spanish news outlet Cope have reported that the referee did indeed note the indiscretion in his match report.

Navas has been in fine form for Madrid of late, but he was badly at fault in the 60th minute when he let a simple ball slip through his hand leaving Blaise Matudi with a simple tap in from close range.

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