10 years to the day since Zidane's last 'Clásico'
In April 2006, Madrid travelled to Camp Nou 11 points behind Barça and played out a 1-1 draw despite being down to 10 men.
It turned out to a drab game. Referee Medina Cantalejo signalled for a dubious penalty for a Roberto Carlos challenge on Van Bommel and Ronaldinho made no mistake from 11 yards. Roberto Carlos left the team a man down just four minutes later - he was sent off for protesting and it started to look quite gloomy for a Madrid side presided over by interim president Fernando Martín (Florentino had quit in February that year). But despite the odds being against them, the team responded. Ronaldo (Nazário) beat Valdés with a sublime lob as it ended 1-1 on the whistle.
The only surviving players of that duel who remain active and still at their respective clubs are Sergio Ramos and Andrés Inista - both playing the full 90 minutes. The Barça midfielder even being involved in a brief rukus with the current Madrid coach.