Cristiano Ronaldo stopped his car outside Real Madrid's training ground on Monday afternoon to take selfies with some fans.
However, the Portuguese superstar could not escape the amassed press who were obviously trying to entice a reaction from the three-time Ballon d'Or winner following Los Blancos' embarrassing 4-0 home defeat in the Clasico.
While trying to take a picture with one supporter, a journalist shoved a microphone in Ronaldo's face and the 30-year-old did not take it too well.
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Understandable, given everywhere the former Manchester United man goes he is swarmed by the press.
Ronaldo naturally looked to be in a foul mood following Madrid's defeat to Barcelona. The Whites were outclassed from start to finish at the Bernabeu and, during the game, supporters turned on Real's all-time goalscorer and began to boo him.
He has been well below his usual standard this season and has now gone three games in all competitions without finding the net.
Ronaldo has scored eight goals in 12 La Liga games this season, but five of those came in the 6-0 demolition of Espanyol. Plus, for someone who averages over a goal-per-game it is a below-par record.
There has been reported unrest in the Real camp and president Florentino Perez called a press conference on Monday evening to issue Rafa Benitez a public vote of confidence.
Despite losing back-to-back games, the Spaniard still has the full backing of Perez, but if results don't improve, that will not last for long.
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