‘Lucas just didn’t give a s***’: Video footage of Real Madrid sub Vazquez outrageously showboating during El Clasico leaves fans crying with laughter… because his team were 4-0 down at the time
- Lucas Vazquez was seen showboating during Real Madrid’s El Clasico thrashing
- Fans mocked the Real substitute for his actions in 4-0 defeat to Barcelona
- Real were already four goals down at home to Barca when the incident occurred
- Runaway La Liga leaders Real had won the previous five Clasicos
Fans have mocked Real Madrid’s Lucas Vazquez on social media after he was caught showboating when his side were being hammered 4-0 by Barcelona in El Clasico on Sunday.
Hilarious video footage shows Vazquez, who came on as a 63rd-minute substitute for Nacho at the Bernabeu, chest the ball before briefly juggling it with his back to goal near the halfway line.
The 30-year-old Spaniard then spins around – with the ball still in the air – before turning in the direction Real were attacking.
Lucas Vazquez was caught showboating during Real Madrid’s 4-0 defeat to Barcelona
Vazquez came on as a substitute in Real’s chastening loss to the arch-rivals in El Clasico
Runaway La Liga leaders Real were 4-0 down at the time of the incident and they went on to lose the game by the same scoreline.
The video elicited laughter from Twitter users, with @TrentCule claiming Lucas ‘does not give a s*** lol’.
Another commenter, @XavsFootball, wrote: ‘Crying at this.’
Fans reacted to the Vazquez showboating footage with laughter on social media
Real Madrid were hammered 4-0 at home by Barcelona at the Bernabeu on Sunday
‘Y’all down 4-0? Not me bruh, 0-0 since I came on,’ added @GreatWhiteNueve, while @Dareogunmowo joked that ‘loss is temporary, skills are permanent’ followed by a laughing emoji.
‘This just showed none of our players took this game seriously,’ said @thecarloera.
Real had won the previous five Clasicos against arch-rivals Barcelona but were blown away by Xavi’s men in a statement victory for the Catalan club.
Vazquez came on as a 63rd-minute substitute and provided a memorable moment
Real Madrid had won the previous five Clasicos before they were humbled by Barca
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice on his debut in the famous clash, with Ronald Araujo and Ferran Torres also getting in on the act.
Real lead Sevilla by nine points in the race for the La Liga title, while Barca are third following the stunning win, which stretched their unbeaten run to 12 league matches.
Barcelona are 12 points behind Real but have played a game fewer than their great rivals.
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