Would you be brave enough to do something like this?
One Barcelona fan has visited the Bernabeu, taken out a trumpet and blasted out the Barcelona hymn - the song played before and after every match at the Camp Nou.
None of the Real Madrid fans did anything to stop the young lad, but he wasn’t stopping for nobody anyway. (Scroll down this page to watch the video).
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As well as his guts, you have to praise his ability on the trumpet.
His rendition of the Barcelona hymn was pretty much note perfect.
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Video: Barcelona fan trolls Real Madrid supporters
So, what was he trying to achieve by antagonising the Real Madrid supporters?
Rather than simply trying to wind up the Los Blancos faithful, it’s possible that the lad in question is some sort of online prankster.
But if that was the case, he will have been bitterly disappointed by the lack of outrage from those Real Madrid fans visiting the Bernabeu that day.
Real Madrid fans could have the last laugh...
At this rate, the Real Madrid supporters could end up having the last laugh.
Following Barcelona’s shock 1-0 defeat to Real Sociedad at the weekend, Los Blancos are now just four points behind Luis Enrique’s side with six matches left to play.
Zinedine Zidane’s men looked out of contention to win La Liga a few weeks ago; however, Barcelona have taken one point from their last three matches and appear to be in danger of a Jordan Spieth-esque collapse.
Even if Barcelona throw it away, though, Real Madrid will still need to leapfrog local rivals Atletico if they’re to be crowned champions of Spain.
Atleti currently occupy second spot in La Liga and now find themselves three points behind Barcelona.
Champions League takes priority this week
Before the La Liga title race resumes, however, all three Spanish clubs will be fully focused on the Champions League.
Barcelona and Atletico Madrid go head-to-head at the Calderon on Wednesday night, while Real Madrid host Wolfsburg at the Bernabeu this evening.
Zidane’s men were beaten 2-0 in Germany last week and will be acutely aware that one goal conceded tonight would leave them with a mountain to climb in their bid to reach the Champions League semi-finals.
Which team will win La Liga and the Champions League? Have your say by leaving a comment below.