A late Sergio Ramos header salvaged a point for Real Madrid against Barcelona at the Nou Camp
It was a very quite opening half of the game at the Nou Camp, with both teams having few chances.
Barcelona opened the scoring in the 53rd minute, with star striker Luis Suarez heading home from a Neymar free-kick.
However, Barcelona had plenty of chances after Luis Suarez put the home side ahead.
It was all Real Madrid in the second-half, with Sergio Ramos heading over the bar and a headed chance from Ronaldo, which poked behind the bar just wide.
Just minutes before the final whistle, Luka Modric whipped a great ball into the box, in which, Sergio Ramos headed the ball into the box salvaging a point for the visitors.
The point for the visitors ensured their unbeaten run in all competitions stretches to 33 games.
This draw, however, sees Barcelona remain six points behind Real Madrid at the top of the La Liga table.