Gerard Pique has reportedly urged Barcelona fans to stop chanting abuses at Sergio Ramos after heavy El Clasico victory over Real Madrid.
The 31-year-old played a key role in the Catalans' 5-1 demolition of Los Blancos at the Camp Nou on Sunday.
A win that ensure the hosts returned to the summit of the table while the Galacticos slipped to 9th position on the table.
Daily Mail quoting Give Me Sport reports that the defender called on their supporters to show some respect for Madrid's captain after their defeat over the weekend.
Barca fans were said to have subjected Ramos to negative chants, calling him: 'Sergio Ramos, hijo de puta' (Sergio Ramos, son of a b*tch).'
Philippe Coutinho opened scoring for the home team, followed by three superb goals from Luis Suarez, while Arturo Vidal came in to seal the win for the current champions.
Marcelo's 50th minute goal couldn't help his side avoid their fourth defeat of this La Liga season.
Meanwhile, former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been tipped to replace Julen Lopetegui if the poor run of results continue.
Real are back in action on Wednesday night when they face Melilla, of the third tier, in the Copa del Rey.