- Real Madrid players are furious at Barcelona over their players' antics in their El Clasico encounter on Sunday
- Barcelona needed a last gasp goal by Frank Kessie to earn a 2-1 victory against Real Madrid at Camp Nou
- The Catalans are now 12 points clear of Real Madrid on top of the La Liga standings after the win
The El Clasico has come and gone but the impact of the biggest game in Spanish football has left a sour taste in the mouth of Real Madrid players.
Los Blancos suffered a heartbreaking loss to eternal rivals Barcelona after Frank Kessie scored a dramatic goal in the 92nd minute to hand the Catalans all three points at Camp Nou.
According to Madrid Universal, the Real Madrid dressing room is pissed off at the unsportsmanlike behaviour of the Barcelona players during and after the El Clasico defeat.
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Real Madrid were particularly annoyed with Barcelona midfielder Gavi who had clashed with Dani Carvajal and Dani Ceballos during the crunch game in Camp Nou.
Carvajal and Arnau Tenas also had to be separated by several members from both teams after the final whistle that left Real Madrid 12 points adrift of Barcelona in the race for the 2022/23 La Liga title.
Xavi reacts to El Clasico victory
Meanwhile, Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandes says the Catalans do not feel like champions yet following a 2-1 win over Real Madrid on Sunday, Daily Post reports.
Barcelona moved 12 points clear of Real Madrid at the top of the La Liga standings thanks to Frank Kessie 92nd minute winner which sent fans inside the Camp Nou into wild celebrations.
With 12 games left to play for the remainder of the season, Xavi has remained cautious as he has revealed there is still more work to be done in order for Barcelona to be crowned champions.
Real Madrid fans want Ancelotti sacked
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Real Madrid fans are understandably angry following their 2-1 loss to Barcelona in the Spanish La Liga and they want Carlo Ancelotti sacked.
The defeat dents Madrid's ambitions of retaining the title and leaves the Catalans close to lifting the trophy for the first time since 2019.
Los Blancos took the lead through a Ronald Araujo own goal but Barcelona pulled level when Sergi Roberto tucked home just before half-time.