The game ended in a 0-0 scoreline between Real Madrid vs Real Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Zinedine Zidane side miss out on the chance to go level on points with La Liga leaders Atlectico Madrid.
Real Madrid sits second on the La Liga table with 71 points and has played more game than Atlectico Madrid and third placed Barcelona.
After Real Madrid missed out on the chance to go level on points with league leaders Atletico Madrid, Fans have reacted.
As some sees Real Madrid as inconsistent side when it come to small teams, while hungry when it comes to big games.
A fan wrote: "Madrid against small teams are inconsistent. Like they're not serious
But when it comes to big games they're hungry"
Here are some reactions from Fans below.
Real Madrid will play Chelsea on Tuesday in the UEFA Champions League, for their Semi-final first leg tie.
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