Real Madrid hosted Barcelona in the Copa del Rey semi-final on Wednesday.
The match was liked at 1-1 from the first leg at the Nou Camp but Barca ran away with it in Madrid, with three second-half goals stunning Los Blancos.
Luis Suarez and a Rapahel Varane own goal put the visitors in command at the Bernabeu.
And when Suarez netted Barca’s third Ramos was spotted making a comical remark to his team-mates.
According to Marca, lip readers picked up the Spain international shouting “Come on! Let’s score six!”
The ironic call to arms summed up Real’s miserable evening in the Spanish capital, where they crashed out of the Copa 4-1 on aggregate.
Real’s season has been a tumultuous one, with Julen Lopetegui sacked in October following a disastrous start to their title campaign.
Santiago Solari has fared little better in trying to get Real back into the title race, with the club currently third in La Liga – nine points off leaders Barca.
After the, Barcelona match-winner Suarez revealed he thought his side could have done even better against a wounded Madrid outfit.
“Reaching the Copa final was an objective for us since the start of the season,” Suarez told TVE.
“We knew they would leave spaces at the back if we scored a goal and it turned out to be true, we enjoyed more space and could create more opportunities.
“We did not play to the level we wanted, but this is normal in football, you need to deal with the bad things as well as the good to find a way of winning.
“There is another big match on Saturday that we now must prepare for.”
As for Real Madrid boss Solari, he said: “Football is about goals and taking our chances when they come.
“We had a lot of chances to score and make the final, but we didn’t take them and Barcelona did.
“In football you must get back onto your feet quickly. Win or lose, we must keep perspective ahead of the weekend.”