Sergio Ramos has said Real Madrid were colluded against by officials in their 4-3 defeat to Barcelona.
The defender was sent off after Alberto Undiano Mallenco gave what proved to be the first of two penalties to Barca - having already awarded a spot kick to Madrid.
Neymar went down under a challenge from Ramos and Lionel Messi converted from 12 yards.
Ramos’ comments, made to reporters after the final whistle, echo those of his teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.
“It's always the same. I didn't touch Neymar. But there's no point talking about it, it changes nothing,” Ramos said
“Everyone can see what happened today. We could have got something from the game but got nothing.
“There are some things you can't fight against. This was pre-meditated.
“I stopped because I preferred 3-3 rather than a penalty and a sending off.”
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