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  • Incredi-Bale: See the goal that secured Copa Clasico victory for Real Madrid over Barcelona

    Incredi-Bale: See the goal that secured Copa Clasico victory for Real Madrid over Barcelona

    GOAL.com
    Incredi-Bale: See the goal that secured Copa Clasico victory for Real Madrid over Barcelona

    The Welshman struck home on 85 minutes to ensure that the Copa del Rey returned to the Santiago Bernabeu, with Marc Bartra having previously brought the teams level …

  • Martino: Copa del Rey defeat won't affect my future at Barcelona

    Martino: Copa del Rey defeat won't affect my future at Barcelona

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    Martino: Copa del Rey defeat won't affect my future at Barcelona

    The Argentine coach urges his players to lift themselves up for a final push in La Liga and is baffled at his team's problems in front of goal over a poor seven days …

  • Real Madrid wins 19th Copa del Rey title

    Real Madrid wins 19th Copa del Rey title

    Associated Press
    Real Madrid wins 19th Copa del Rey title

    VALENCIA, Spain (AP) — Gareth Bale raced down the field, avoided a defender and rolled the ball under goalkeeper Jose Pinto in the 90th minute, giving Real Madrid a 2-1 win over Barcelona on Wednesday night and its 19th Copa del Rey title. …

  • Man City title hopes in tatters after Sunderland draw

    Man City title hopes in tatters after Sunderland draw

    Reuters
    Man City title hopes in tatters after Sunderland draw

    By Michael Hann LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City's Premier League title hopes were dealt a crushing blow when they were held to a 2-2 draw by bottom club Sunderland at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday. Everton suffered a shock 3-2 home defeat by mid-table Crystal Palace at Goodison Park to put a huge dent in their bid for a top-four finish. City, champions in 2012 and runners-up to neighbours Manchester United last season, failed to respond to their 3-2 defeat at leaders Liverpool on Sunday …

  • Everton can still finish fourth, says 'hurt' Martinez

    Everton can still finish fourth, says 'hurt' Martinez

    Reuters
    Everton can still finish fourth, says 'hurt' Martinez

    (Reuters) - Everton manager Roberto Martinez is confident his side can finish fourth in the Premier League despite suffering a "hurtful" 3-2 defeat by Crystal Palace at Goodison Park on Wednesday. After winning their last seven league matches, Everton's confidence should have been high, but they failed to get going against Tony Pulis's Palace and the result left them fifth in the table on 66 points from 34 matches. "The reaction is of disappointment," Martinez told reporters. "The result is …