Ramos was at the centre of a furore with Liverpool during the Champions League final last season.
The Real Madrid defender challenged Liverpool star Mohamed Salah midway through the first half in Kiev.
And Salah’s shoulder injury was so bad the Egyptian had to come off.
Ramos has been asked about the incident on a number of occasions since.
And on his first game in England since the Champions League final he was given plenty of stick by the Wembley crowd.
Indeed, even the pitch seemed to get involved as Ramos as sprayed by the on-field sprinklers as he warmed up.
The centre-back was spotted trying to evade the water – but to no avail.
Discussing Salah’s injury earlier this week, Ramos said: “I never go onto the pitch with the intention of injuring another professional so I have a very clear conscience.
“If the Premier League is known for something it’s for the good reception it always gives to the best players.
“I’ve come here to win with Spain and I don’t care what people might say or how I will be received.”
Tottenham star and England captain Harry Kane was asked about Ramos in the build-up to the match.
He said: “I haven’t spoken to Jordan (Henderson) about him or the Champions League final (defeat), I don’t think he would want to talk about that too much, as I wouldn’t.
“But Ramos is a competitive player. A great, great defender on and off the ball. We played against him last year against Madrid. “He’s a tough centre-half. He wasn’t over the top, he didn’t do anything out of the ordinary.
“He tests the boundaries, but that’s what the referees are there for.”