In a chaotic first half which saw Cristiano Ronaldo cancel out Luis Suarez's early opener, Iniesta offered an assuredness that was lacking from almost every other player on the pitch. Ramos said the dispute continued down the tunnel, with Messi at the centre of the complaining.
Messi, the scourge of Madrid in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, repeated the feat early in the second half as he danced past a couple of challenges before curling a low shot past the despairing dive of a helpless Keylor Navas. "I don't know if in the second half [he] would have done things differently [without that pressure]".
There were also a few other challenges, most noticeably Suarez's on Rafael Varane in the build up to Messi's goal, that remarkably went unpunished. He controls the ball and then I put his foot out of place.
Alejandro Jose Hernandez Hernandez made various decisions throughout the game which generated criticism, and apparently the Barça star took matters into his own hands.
"He is a bit anxious, as the ankle is a bit swollen", said Real head coach Zinedine Zidane afterwards.
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Ronaldo's goal against Barca was a scrappy one as he bravely threw himself at the ball to get it over the line ahead of Gerard Pique. "Next year, it will be different with VAR, and we will see how a game like this ends up". "It's not a worry for the Champions League final...we're all going to be there".
Champions Barca have 87 points while Real are third in the Liga standings with 72 after 35 games.
"Clasicos should be played like this, it was a attractive game", Suarez told reporters. "A draw's not a bad result, mind, considering how the game went". After being left on the bench for both semi-final legs against Bayern Munich, and taken off at half-time against Juventus, Bale is most likely to start the Champions League final against Liverpool as a substitute. The southern Spain side have already clinched the title, and look set to match Arsenal's seemingly impossible task of not losing through an entire league season.
"We wanted to win it, Sergi's sending off damaged us, especially against a team like Real Madrid".
However, Ramos had no regrets afterwards, saying the Uruguayan's history meant Real had no intention of stopping play. "We got a draw".