Second Football Found On Alaskan Beach This Week Traced To Sergio Ramos


A SECOND football found washed up on a remote Alaskan beach in the same week apparently belongs to Spanish footballer, Sergio Ramos, who accidentally overshot a vital penalty kick at the Champions League semi-finals last night in Madrid.

The ball may soon be returned to its rightful owner more than 16,000 miles away on the other side of the world.

This is the second such find in a week after technician David Baxter, who works at the radar station on Middleton Island in the Gulf of Alaska, came across another football which belonged to a teenager from a city devastated by the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan more than a year ago.

Champions League officials have confirmed the markings on the ball and have kindly asked the 43-year-old Alaskan woman who found it to post the relic directly to Sergio Ramos’ home address in the Spanish capital.

Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho welcomed the return of the football and said it served as a reminder to all professionals of the sport that no matter how hard you try to avoid them, your mistakes will always come back to bite you in the ass.

Sergio Ramos has insisted this morning that his completely ridiculous penalty kick will not tarnish the Santiago Bernabeu side’s “great season”, and added that he is looking forward to getting his ball back.

Since 1998, players who kick a football out of stadium bounds are held responsible for the object and can be made liable for any damages it may cause while in orbit.