Ramos converted Spain's first of the night in the Euro 2016 qualifier with a chipped penalty down the middle, but it was not premeditated, according to the Real Madrid centre-back.
"It wasn't my intention to shoot a Panenka, but I saw the goalkeeper move and I made a decision. I should've shot it like that in Washington and that's why I decided to do it today, but what's most important wasn't the penalty or the goal, it was the team's win," Inside Spanish Football quotes the defender as telling reporters.
"We need to have patience and confidence in the roles the incoming players may have in the team. This was a positive win and we should continue along this path."