Gareth Bale, Toni Kroos, Michael Ballack and Ronald Koeman were among those tuning in to Saturday's El Clasico, which saw a dramatic finale at Camp Nou.
Luis Suarez's header looked to have put Barcelona on track to beat La Liga leaders Real Madrid, but Sergio Ramos headed home in the 90th minute to maintain the six-point advantage enjoyed by Zinedine Zidane's men.
Casemiro's goalline clearance ensured Madrid stayed unbeaten in the league, much to the relief of Bale - currently out injured, while Cristiano Ronaldo posed in the inevitable dressing room post-match photos...
Like the result — Toni Kroos (@ToniKroos) December 3, 2016
Bale, who is currently nursing an ankle injury, will hope to be involved the next time Clasico rivalries are rekindled, with Real due to welcome Barca to Santiago Bernabeu on April 23, 2017.
Sergio Ramos' injury-time header in #ElClasico keeps Real Madrid six points in front in @LaLigaEN
Full standings: https://t.co/pgmeAXwyOL pic.twitter.com/fZTP8h19bK — FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) December 3, 2016