Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho shrugged off jeers from his side's fans following his decision to again omit Iker Casillas in favour of Antonio Adan for the 4-3 win against Real Sociedad.
Mourinho dropped long-serving number one Casillas before the Christmas break for the match against Malaga and selected back-up Adan in his place, and the Portuguese repeated the Sociedad match.
There was widespread booing when Mourinho's name was read out following the announcement of the team-sheets after substitute Casillas had been cheered. Mourinho was typically unperturbed.
"If they whistle my name before the game and then support the team during the game as they have done, then perfect. That seems perfect to me," he said.
"I think the Bernabéu whistled me for leaving out Casillas and because in the league we haven't done well.
"It seems normal to me that they whistle because the performances are not good. I don't always like to be in a comfortable situation or to be a hero forever."
Adan however was sent off after just six minutes for bringing down Sociedad striker Carlos Vela inside the area after he had gifted the former Arsenal striker possession.
Goals from Karim Benzema, Sami Khedira and a Cristiano Ronaldo brace sealed the home side were the victors in the high scoring affair.