Cristiano Ronaldo scored first and last, and Lionel Messi hit back with two in between as Real Madrid and Barcelona drew 2-2 in Sunday's El Clasico at Barcelona's Camp Nou.
The draw preserved Barca's eight-point lead over Real Madrid in the La Liga table, but it also allowed Atletico Madrid to pull level on points atop the table.
Ronaldo opened the scoring in the 23rd minute with a pinpoint shot low at the near post. Messi equalized eight minutes later after a cross bounced around the Real Madrid box.
Messi gave Barca a 61st-minute lead with a beautifully curling free kick, but Ronaldo equalized five minutes later with a composed finish after Mesut Ozil's through-ball.
All four goals can be seen in the video at left.
After the match, Real manager Jose Mourinho praised both players, saying they are from "another planet" (via ESPN FC):
I think it should be forbidden to say who [is] the best player in the world because these two are from another planet. I would like my player to win [the Ballon d'Or] because he is champion of the best league in the world, but I think they're both fantastic players.