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Real Madrid's Sergio Reguilón Told Luis Suárez 'You're So Ugly' In El Clasico Spat

Real Madrid's Sergio Reguilón Told Luis Suárez 'You're So Ugly' In El Clasico Spat

The Real Madrid left-back also insulted Lionel Messi...

Josh Lawless

Josh Lawless

Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos had the biggest altercation in Saturday's El Clasico when tempers flared big-time but there was also beef between Sergio Reguilon and Luis Suarez.

Reguilon, who has been established himself as first-choice over Marcelo at the moment, had a rather heated exchange with Suarez during the game and cameras picked it up.

Incensed with Suarez touching him, the Real left-back said: "Don't touch me...don't touch are so ugly, you are so ugly".

As per AS, he also mocked Suarez's appearance again by calling him a "rabbit" before turning his attentions to Messi after he got involved.

He insulting the Barca captain, saying: "What did you say? What's the matter with you? Flea (Messi's nickname)... What? What's wrong with you?".

Messi tried to confront the Real youth product but Raphael Varane stepped in to diffuse the situation.

Suarez, meanwhile, had earlier patronised Reguilon by patting him on the back and was also spotted making a crying gesture at the 22-year-old - referring to the tears he shed after Wednesday's Copa Del Rey semi-final defeat at the Bernabeu.

Image: PA
Image: PA

Gerard Pique had some words for his compatriot post-match - with the Barca defender deeming him to be acting in a different manner in order to get the fans on his side.

"I told Reguilón [after his exchange with Suarez] he was doing that to win the audience," Pique said after the game.

"Such things are left on the pitch. I get along with most of the players from Madrid. In the end we do our best to defend out colours."

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Topics: Football News, FC Barcelona, Football, El Clasico, Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Gerard Pique, Sergio Reguilon, Spanish football, Real Madrid, La Liga