08 May, 2018
Luis Suarez volleyed unbeaten Barca into the lead after 10 minutes following a gut-busting run and cross from Roberto while Cristiano Ronaldo leveled for Champions League finalists Real five minutes later from close range.
"I don't know if there were cameras, and I don't know if he would have made other decisions in the second-half".
Suarez also had a goal ruled out for offside, while Madrid were denied a late penalty when Marcelo was tripped in the area by Jordi Alba.
Barcelona had to play deeper and Bale, who was perhaps lucky not to have been sent off after several bad challenges, equalized after fine work from Marco Asensio. "We will have him ready (to play)".More news: Prince William, Kate Middleton Celebrate 7th Wedding Anniversary With Sweet Throwback
"Messi put pressure on the referee in the tunnel at half-time", Ramos said in his post-match interview.
But Barca are four games away from finishing their first league season unbeaten, while Real may be hoping to maintain momentum ahead of their showpiece clash against Liverpool.
Barca seemed happy overall to survive playing the entire second half with 10 men, and they did very well under the circumstances.
He told Movistar Partidazo following a 2-2 draw at Camp Nou: "We will look tomorrow [Monday] and see what damage has been done". But I know him a little and I know what he's like, ' Ramos added. The first 45 minutes showed that both teams wanted the win and were ready to go full throttle to get the same.
Real Madrid could afford to rest him for the remainder of the season as they are nearly destined they will finish third at the end of the season.