The referee gave eight yellow cards and one red in the heated match.
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Barcelona emerged from a thrilling Clasico the more satisfied Sunday as the 10-man Catalans edged closer to a first unbeaten La Liga season following a 2-2 draw with Real Madrid.Lionel Messi had given Barca the lead after early goals from Ronaldo and Luis Suarez.Ronaldo's injury worryZinedine Zidane's nightmare, far more than a defeat at Camp Nou, would surely have been to lose Cristiano Ronaldo to injury less than three weeks before the Champions League final.There was the important save from Marc-Andre ter Stegen, who denied Ronaldo early on.This was Barca, not always at their mesmerizing best, but gutsy and, in the league at least, unbeatable.This was Bale's 15th goal in 24 games this year, an impressive record, but perhaps Zidane was left still wanting more.VAR might have ensured Real were awarded a late penalty, Bale was sent off, Suarez penalized before Messi's goal and a second Suarez goal, ruled out for offside, stood.
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