Real Madrid supporters expressed their frustration after the Los Blancos struggled for goals during last weekend's Madrid derby against fierce rival, Atletico Madrid.
According to UK Daily Mail report, the encounter at their home ground, the Santiago Bernabeu saw the Julen Lopetegui's tutored-side, fail to convert despite having 15 shots at goal.
At a point, some of the club's vociferous fans started chanting 'Ronaldo, Ronaldo'.
Interestingly, the fans are already missing the Portugal captain, who netted 451 times in 438 matches for the Los Blancos, to enter the club's record books, as the all-time top goalscorer.
However, Ronaldo, who joined Juventus after winning his fifth UEFA Champions League title last season with Real Madrid, is already settling at his new club in Italy, netting three goals and four assists in seven Serie A matches.
Last weekend, the 33-year-old Ronaldo, created two assists and was equally involved in Juventus third goal in their 3-1 win over rivals Napoli.
However, the Los Blancos, who started the campaign decently are now struggling for points, as they have only once in their last four matches in the Spanish topflight.
The worst result being the 3-0 bashing they suffered at Sevilla before the barren draw with Atletico Madrid on Saturday.