Sergio Ramos headed home a last-gasp equaliser to preserve Real Madrid's six-point advantage in La Liga.
Despite not creating enough scoring chances in El Clasico, Zinedine Zidane says he's still pleased with his team's showing.
Sergio Ramos has warned Real Madrid against getting carried away with their position at the top of La Liga, but says it is nice to be in control of their own destiny as they chase a first title since 2012.
Ramos' dramatic late equaliser at the Camp Nou on Saturday earned Madrid a 1-1 draw from the first Clasico of the season against Barcelona.
That ensured Madrid remained six points clear of second-placed Barca at the top of the table, and Zinedine Zidane's side are sure to finish the weekend with
Julian Draxler was booed by some Wolfsburg supporters on Saturday.
Wolfsburg midfielder Julian Draxler has reaffirmed his intention to leave the Bundesliga club as soon as possible after being jeered by fans on Saturday.
Draxler, 23, said in an interview in the summer that he wanted out of Wolfsburg straight away, but the Bundesliga club refused to let him leave.
He has since lost his regular place in the starting XI and when he was brought on as a substitute in Saturday's 3-2 defeat at home to Hertha Berlin, the boos in the Volkswagen-Arena were deafening.