Cristiano Ronaldo may well have netted the winning goal against Barcelona, but he still had to endure his fair share of problems at the Camp Nou on Saturday night.
It was previously documented that the Portuguese superstar had been seen shaking his head during the moment of silence for Johan Cruyff before the contest.
Reports in Spain suggested that Bara fans were taunting Real and Ronaldo, stating:“Puta Madrid” (F*** Madrid) and “Cristiano maricon” (Cristiano is a fag***).
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But it appears that Ronaldo faced further taunts throughout the El Clasico showdown. Indeed, as you can see in the video below, the Barca faithful opted to tease the former Manchester United star by stating: 'go to Morocco'.
Ronaldo, of course, has been dashing back and forth to Morocco for quite some time now and it appears that the Catalans want him to stay there.
And you can hardly blame them. After all, he is still one of the leading players in world football and once again proved that on Saturday night.
Despite failing to stamp his mark on the game throughout the majority of the clash, Ronaldo produced one moment of magic to secure the victory for his beloved side.
Despite Ronaldo's match-winning performance, the Barca faithful will still be confident that their side will secure the La Liga title this season.
As it stands, Luis Enrique's team sit at the summit of the division - six and seven points ahead of Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid respectively.
Ultimately, despite Ronaldo's heroics once again this season - he has netted 29 goals in 31 La Liga games - it's unlikely that Zinedine Zidane's side will get their hands on the title.
There is, of course, the Champions League and Real are still in with a great chance of claiming that prestigious trophy.
Ronaldo and co. are set to take on German outfit Wolfsburg in the quarter-final of the competition. Zidane's side will enter the two-legged clash as the favourites but will be well aware that they won't be able to rest on their laurels in pursuit of securing a place in the semi-final.
Barcelona, on the other hand, will take on rivals Atletico in the competition this evening. It should be a close encounter between the two sides, who are currently the top two teams in Spain's elite division. There's every chance that Real and Barcelona will meet again in this year's Champions League.
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