Ten-man Barcelona earned a 2-2 draw against Real Madrid at Camp Nou this evening to keep their unbeaten La Liga run intact.

The Catalan giants are now three games away from becoming the first side to go all term without losing a match in the Spanish top flight since the 1930s after passing the toughest of their remaining tests.

Barca were pegged back in the first half before having Sergi Roberto sent off, and it was a similar story in the second as Gareth Bale struck to cancel out Lionel Messi ‘s latest El Clasico goal in an entertaining match.

There was some bad news for a Madrid side now within three points of second-placed Atletico, however, having lost Cristiano Ronaldo to a foot injury midway through the match.



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