Real Madrid and Barcelona have played a 0-0 draw at Camp Nou on Wednesday night.

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has become the first  Madrid manager to go five games unbeaten

Zidane ‘s Real Madrid has become a thorn in the flesh of Barcelona after three draws and  two wins across his past five matches in all competitions at the Catalans’ home ground.

The two sides’ recent goalless draw was the first 0-0 result between the duo in all competitions since November 2002 – a run of 6235 days.

It was a record-breaking night all round for Real Madrid as Sergio Ramos also became the fixture’s most capped player as he started in his 43rd Clasico.

While a solid result for Los Blancos away from home, the draw leaves them trailling Barcelona at the top of La Liga on goal difference.

Gareth Bale did find the back of the net for Real Madrid late in the second-half, only for the offside flag to deny him what would have been the winning goal.

Zidane’s side ended the night with clear dominance in front of goal, taking 17 shots compared to Barcelona’s nine, but struggled to really threaten Marc-Andre ter Stegen in goal.