Cristiano Ronaldo's tantrum was almost as spectacular as Lionel Messi's winning goal which preceded it.
We've seen it all before with Ronaldo, of course, but Spanish broadcasters' understandable urge to pan to Ronaldo when Messi produces something decisive in any El Clásico tends to up the ante as where the already-colossal fixture is concerned.
Last night was perhaps the pinnacle of such moments, as a bloodied and bruised Messi netted his 500th Barcelona goal with the game's final act to blow La Liga's title race wide open once more.
It gets better, however, as Ronaldo's furious rant has been translated by Portuguese lip-readers, who braved taking offence to bring us a brief, expletive-laden transcription.
Before watching, it's worth noting that the word foda-se is the Portuguese for 'fuck', and una falta means 'a foul', but in this case would be roughly translatable to 'why the hell didn't you foul him, lads?'
Ronaldo reaction to Messi goal
It's also worth noting that Ronaldo was likely not referring to Messi when he was screaming 'una falta', but rather Sergi Roberto whose 50-yard burst created a five-on-three in Barcelona's favour.
Messi's 500th Barcelona goal arrived with bloodied tissue in his mouth following a rather vicious elbow from Marcelo, who was surely lucky to escape punishment. Less fortunate was Sergio Ramos, who in the second half lunged dangerously at the Argentinian great and received his 22nd career red card - surely some sort of record - before turning his attention to Gerard Pique whom he believed had influenced the referee.
The win moves Barcelona level on points with Real Madrid atop the Spanish standings, but Madrid do have a game in hand. Barca currently lie top based on the two clubs' head-to-head record.