Copa del Rey, quarter final, second leg
Disgraceful scenes in the cup tie between city rivals Betis and Sevilla, the match being abandoned when visiting manager Juande Ramos was stretchered off unconscious after being hit by a bottle thrown from the crowd. The incident happened midway through the second half, moments after Kanouté had given Sevilla a 0-1 lead, and the Spanish football federation must now decide whether to award the game to the visitors or play out the remaining minutes.
Barcelona came back from their first leg defeat to beat Zaragoza 1-2 and qualify for the semi-finals on the away goal rule. Xavi picked up a return pass from Márquez to open the scoring on the quarter hour mark, and Iniesta made it two soon afterwards after good work by Messi. The locals were left with ten men midway through the second half when D'Alessandro was sent off, but Piqué turned in Aimar's free kick soon afterwards to set up a nail biting finish.
Logic prevailed in the other two games, with Getafe and Deportivo both doing enough to consolidate their three goal leads from the first leg. Getafe lost on the night to Osasuna, Romeo getting the goal for the home side on the quarter hour mark. And Deportivo drew 1-1 at Valladolid, Felipe giving the Galicians the lead and Manchev getting a late consolation for the second division side after Depor were down to ten men for the sending off of Coloccini. (28.02.07)