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25th Apr 2017

Here’s what Cristiano Ronaldo shouted at his teammates when Lionel Messi scored

He was furious

Robert Redmond

Cristiano Ronaldo was understandably furious when Lionel Messi scored the last minute winner in Sunday’s El Clasico.

Messi displayed his undoubted genius in an incredible match, scoring Barcelona’s equaliser and then winning the dramatic game with the final kick of the night 12 seconds from the end of injury time.

It was Messi’s 500th goal for Barca, and it stunned the Real Madrid supporters into silence.

The Bernabeu crowd were too shocked to even respond to Messi’s celebration.

It was also a brilliant goal, which began with a surging run forward from Sergi Roberto.

The Barcelona full-back collected the ball on the edge of his own penalty area, ran past Marcelo, who was, of course, miles out of position, and carried on unopposed into Madrid’s half before passing to Andre Gomes.

Gomes passed to Jordi Alba, who cut it back to Messi, who won the game.

Considering they had 10 players, after Sergio Ramos had been sent off for a ridiculous two-footed lunge on Messi, and the 2-2 scoreline suited Madrid, Barcelona shouldn’t have found themselves in a five on three situation in the last minute of the game.

They will also be extremely annoyed that they allowed Sergi Roberto to run over 50 yards with the ball. Ronaldo certainly was.

According to Spanish media outlet AS, the Madrid forward shouted:

“You should have fouled him.”

Ronaldo was referring to Sergi Roberto, and was seemingly angry with Marcelo, who was the closest player to the Barca full-back.

Marcelo reportedly took the blame for Messi’s goal following the game.

You can see how furious Ronaldo was here: