Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos drives to training in tiny vintage car
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos turned back the years when he arrived at his club's training ground on Thursday behind the wheel of a Seat 600.
Ramos shared a video on his Instagram of himself parking the vintage car at the club's training ground in Valdebebas, Madrid.
The Spain international revealed the car was given to him by his brother, Rene, as an early present for his 32nd birthday. It even comes complete with a customised "SR4" detail on the side.
Ramos gave a thumbs-up as he stepped out of the vehicle dressed in a classic style, which included wearing a flat cap and posted the photograph with the message: "Classics never die. Early birthday presents. Thanks Rene Ramos. Love you, bro."
The veteran defender may like to collect red cards like other people collect stamps, but he's shown he can still be a class act here.
Adriana Garcia is a Valencia-based football writer who covers La Liga for ESPN FC.