Angry Sergio Ramos SHOVES a photographer who got too close to him after PSG's Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich... with the French club's stars apologising to their ultras after first leg setback

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Sergio Ramos was seen shoving a photographer after Paris St Germain's 1-0 defeat in their Champions League last-16 first leg against Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

A frustrated Sergio Ramos lashed out at photographers after Paris Saint-Germain was beaten by Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

The PSG defender appeared to take exception to the snappers jostling him while trying to take pictures of Neymar behind him.

Ramos was caught on camera tapping one photographer on the back after the man collided with him as he applauded fans at the Parc des Princes.

He then turned around and shoved another photographer with a fair amount of force after he got too close.

It came after PSG were beaten 1-0 by Bayern in the first leg on Tuesday night, with their former player Kingsley Coman scoring the game's only goal.

Ramos was one of the better performers on the night - faring relatively well in newspaper L'Equipe's notorious player ratings - but the PSG stars still felt the need to apologize to their Ultras after Bayern took a slender lead back to Germany.

The Spain international, 36, ended Real Madrid after 16 years there in 2021 and admitted before the first leg that he initially feared he'd done the wrong thing.

'At first, having made that leap, everything went wrong. I got injured, and it took me a long time to recover and adapt to the new system, the new team, and the new coach,' he said.

'You start to doubt if you have done the right thing or not. But my career has been defined by perseverance and hard work.

'You keep fighting and hope that this will make things more meaningful in the future.'

Ramos added: 'What I can say is that I am where I want to be and in a club with such a desire to win the Champions League. And I want to make the most of what's left of my playing career.'

On his plans for when he does finally retire, Ramos said: 'I spend a lot of time in football, and I haven't had time for the family.

'So when I retire I plan to spend two years raising my children, experiencing everyday things that are sometimes not compatible with football.

'I see myself being possibly a club president, sports director, or coach.'