Chelsea coach, Jose Mourinho refused to comment on the Clasico, and instead focused on the lack of respect shown to Real Madrid and clubs in bad form.
The former Madrid coach hit out at the lack of respect shown to teams in bad form amid the growing pressure on Real Madrid coach Rafael Benitez.
Madrid must put in some extra work to come back as they are now six points adrift of the fire blazing La Liga leaders Barca.
Benitez has come under a barrage of attacks following Madrid's embarrassing 4-0 defeat to Barcelona in Saturday's Clasico at the Santiago Bernabeu but club president Florentino Perez has backed Benitez to stay in office.
Mourinho is no stranger to the heartrending at the Spanish side having been in the hot seat at Madrid, where he coached the club from 2010 to 2013 before returning to Chelsea for his second spell in charge.
When asked for his view on the Clasico at a media conference ahead of Chelsea's Champions League clash with Maccabi Tel Aviv, Mourinho said: "I left Chelsea in 2007. I was waiting eight months to work again when I went to Inter.