Real Madrid stars attacked by angry fans

 
Real Madrid stars attacked by angry fans
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Real Madrid's 1-2 loss to rival Barcelona was not well received. When the stars left after the match, fans attacked on some of the players.

A video posted on YouTube shows images where Gareth Bale rush along while a supporter tries to beat him through the open car window.

Youngster Jesé stopped and exchanged a few words with the fans before driving off.

Defender Sergio Ramos rolls down the window and has a longer conversation with the angry supporters.

Especially Bale has received criticism from sections of the Real fans this season, and the Welshman did not have a good match on Sunday.

With ten games remaining Barcelona is four points ahead of Real Madrid in La Liga.

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