The result at the Arena Fonte Nova sent shockwaves around the footballing world and Ramos knows Spain, who face Chile in Rio on Wednesday, must respond.
The 28-year-old Real Madrid centre-back told FIFA.com: "This team has experience and has been through some bad times.
"It's been able to come back from setbacks like this and that's what makes it great.
"We can't sit around feeling sorry for ourselves. We need to start thinking right now about beating Chile."
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