Barcelona's coaching staff gave their players a guard of honour after the game, following Real Madrid's decision not to give them one beforehand...
Barcelona are rightly celebrating tonight. It's their first home game since winning La Liga - and their first home game since winning the Copa del Rey.
Also their first game at the Nou Camp since Andres Iniesta's summer departure was confirmed - and of course they have held Real Madrid with 10 men to move to within three games of an unbeaten La Liga season.Copyright: Reuters
The referee's performance is not going down well on the ol' social media. Luis Suarez probably committed a foul in the build-up to Lionel Messi's goal.
Marcelo should have had a penalty when he was brought down by Jordi Alba.
Gareth Bale should probably have been sent off before his goal.
And arguably Ivan Rakitic was onside before Suarez had a goal disallowed.
So take off Messi and Bale's goals - add on another Suarez one and presume that Real penalty would have been scored and we have, um, 2-2.Copyright: AFP
You can try out our player rater for El Clasico today. You can rate all 22 players, or just however many you want - any time during the match or for 30 minutes after full-time. And you can see every player's average score.Copyright: .
Spanish football writer at Nou CampCopyright: Reuters
Quite an amusing sight at the end, with the Barca players told to gather in the centre circle so the club can play some celebratory music and spray confetti to celebrate the title they secured last week.
The players look absolutely knackered and clearly just want to get back into the dressing room rather than being kept hanging around. Midway through Jordi Alba wanders towards the tunnel only to be sent back out there!
Now players are getting into the swing of it, singing and dancing on a lap of honour to the unexpected soundtrack of AC/DC’s Highway to Hell. Not the obvious song choice from the PA man.Copyright: Reuters
I see from some screengrabs on Twitter, some people's phones are showing the goalscorers multiple times at the top of this page. I can assure you it did end 2-2 and nobody scored more than one goal! Not sure what's happened there.
Barcelona now extend their unbeaten La Liga record to 42 games - a run stretching back to last April.
Their final three games - as they look to become Spain's Invincbles - are Villarreal at home on Wednesday, Levante away next Sunday and then Real Sociedad on the final day.
Those teams sit sixth, 17th and 11th in the La Liga table respectively.
Spanish football writer at Nou Camp
The reaction to the final whistle suggests the Barca fans are more than happy with that result. They were just desperate to avoid losing their unbeaten record to anyone other than Real, and claiming a draw despite playing for 45 minutes with 10 men is a decent outcome – and the fair result on the night too.Copyright: Getty Images
That was good, wasn't it?
Lots of people complaining about the play-acting and petulance, but that's El Clasico for you.
It's all over and Barcelona are three games away from an unbeaten season.Copyright: Reuters
Sergio Ramos concedes a free-kick from the following corner.
Gareth Bale's shot is blocked, corner. Corner comes in and Nelson Semedo heads out for another.
Oh no. Barca have a chance to win it here as they break forward in numbers - it's about five on five, but Paulinho plays the wrong ball. A glorious chance.
Thirty seconds plus bits and pieces to go.
The centre-backs do come forward. Ivan Rakitic takes his time over this kick, it eventually comes in and Paulinho's shot is blocked. Now someone is offside.
Hoof, Barcelona boot the ball forward and Paulinho wins a corner. Good play. Will they send the big men up?
Barcelona make their final change. Luis Suarez comes off slowly. Must have been all those injuries he was suffering a few minutes ago...
Paco Alcacer replaces him.
Four minutes added on.
Ashish: Messi should quit Barca & become a freelance player.. He could play for any team every week thst meets his price.