By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Ronaldo had given the visitors the lead - his sixth straight Clasico goal - at the Nou Camp with a neat left-footed finish which beat Victor Valdes at his near post.
The home side responded through Lionel Messi with a scrappy goal after 31 minutes. The Argentinean then put Barca in front with a sublime free-kick on the hour mark.
However, the lead lasted just five minutes as Mesut Ozil sent Ronaldo through on goal and the Portuguese easily put the ball past Valdes to get Madrid back on level terms.
"For me, the result reflects the match," Mourinho said on the Real website.
"I, as a coach, I enjoyed it, and I'm sure [Tito] Vilanova and the [Barcelona] players did too. I'll take this outcome. It is a true reflection of the match overall. It was tightly fought and nobody knew what the outcome was going to be until the last minute. There were opportunities to score for both teams".
He added: "I arrived two years ago and there was a difference in the quality of football between Madrid and Barcelona and now, Barcelona have maintained the high level and both teams are equal. I want to keep going."
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Mourinho also tried to defuse the debate on whether his player Ronaldo or Barca star Messi should win the Balon d'Or following Sunday's impressive performance by both players.
"I do not want to worry too much about that. I think it should be forbidden to say who the best player in the world because these two are from another planet," he said.
"I would like my player to win because he is champion of the best league in the world, but I think they're both fantastic players".
Ronaldo suffered a sprained left shoulder during Sunday's 2-2 draw at Barcelona and is set to undergo tests with the club's medical team.