Spain captain Ramos, who said it was "very hard" to take his country's "painful" World Cup exit, did not address his own future plans but said he was sure his national side would be back competing for trophies at the next worldwide tournaments.
"We'll be back. It's been a very long season but I hope I can be at the next one".
Spain's World Cup roller-coaster ride finally ground to a halt on Sunday and the finger-pointing began after their third consecutive failure at a major tournament.
Russian Federation and Spain finished extra time with the score at 1-1.
Goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev said Russia's game plan had been to hold on for a penalty shootout after the host nation beat Spain on spot-kicks on Sunday (Jul 1) to reach the World Cup quarter-finals.
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"Thank God, we were lucky, that's it", said the keeper, who like his counterpart at the other end, David de Gea, had very little to break sweat over for the preceding 120 minutes.
Putin was unable to attend the game against Spain at Russia's flagship Luzhniki stadium in Moscow because of his busy schedule, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying by Interfax news agency, adding Putin watched the game remotely.
Spain, who parted ways with coach Julen Lopetegui just days before the tournament, joined England and Italy as the only teams to lose three shootouts at the World Cup, after they were also dumped out in the quarterfinals in 2002 to hosts South Korea and in 1986 to Belgium.
Spain have been knocked out of this year's World Cup after a dramatic penalty shoot-out defeat to host nation Russian Federation on Sunday afternoon. I've already said it a lot of times.
Legendary goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel could not contain his emotions on seeing his son Kasper save three penalty shots in a tense game between Denmark and Croatia that went into the extra time and an eventual shootout.
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Spain, which was a favorite to win the tournament, came out strong with a goal off Russia's Sergei Ignashevish's foot, but then evened the match with a goal of his own.
Naturally, the world was shocked by this upset, with some of the best reactions coming at Spain's expense.
La Roja's latest early exit spells the end for Gerard Pique as Spain's main centre-back alongside Sergio Ramos.
"It is a reality that is my last match with the national team - at an individual level a wonderful stage is over".
Russian fans are daring to dream their team could win the World Cup.
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