Born on 6th of June in Veranopolis, Brazil, Cassio Ramos is a Brazilian professional footballer, who plays as a goalkeeper. Cassio plays for Corinthians in the Brazilian league.
Early life and Achievements
He started his professional career at Gremio. He even played for the Brazil in age group categories.
He was even part of the Brazilian team in the Under-20 World Cup representing Brazil when he performed at his best.
His debut for Gremio was in 2006, as his team won 2-1 against Fluminense.
Ramos was called up to the Brazilian national team for two friendly matches against South Africa and China in August 2012, but did not play any competitive matches.
Rise to Glory
In the year 2009, Cassio started his career for PSV Eindhoven. He then moved to Sparta Rotterdam until the end of the season.
Cassio impressed everyone with his outstanding control and alertness during the matches. In the year 2011/12, he played in the second team. On 28 September 2011, Ramos returned to Brazil.
He was called up three times by Brazilian manager Tite in late 2017 for four games of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification. However, he did not make it to the playing XI.
In his career with Corinthians, Ramos has made more than 300 appearances and has won two Serie A titles, two Campeonato Paulista titles, a CONMEBOL Libertadores title, a CONMEBOL Recopa Sudamericana title and a FIFA Club World Cup title in 2012.
Cassio has also won the Golden Ball as Best Player of the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup.