Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas has revealed his dissatisfaction at Gonzalo Higauain's disallowed goal in his side's 1-1 second-leg draw with Barcelona as Jose Mourinho's side bow out at the Champions League semi-final stage 3-1 on aggregate at the hands of their Clasico rivals.
"We have the memories of the game. A scoreless draw [in the first-leg] along with this 1-1 draw would have taken us through. Real Madrid had no inferiority complex. We played our way and the fans can be proud," he told Spanish television shortly after the final whistle.
"We came to defend the honour of this club and this shirt. This was just one more game like they always go. There is little else to say because of the consequences.
"Nobody likes to go out like this. Everyone play their own way, but it's not normal to get so much help. I am angry because we have been working since July, and these decisions change everything. In the four games, we lost only once."
The Spanish international admitted that his team were powerless after Higuain saw his first-half strike chalked off for a foul by Cristiano Ronaldo on Javier Mascherano.
"Higuain's goal is nothing more. It was another [decision against us], like always. We cannot do anything now but we were able to do our club proud. We have spoken to Mourinho, and he is happy with our effort," he concluded.
Barcelona now move onto the high-profile European tournament's final at Wembley later this month.