Copa del Rey, quarter final, second leg
Betis 0 - Sevilla 1
Sevilla qualified without too many problems for the semi-finals of the cup after the last 35 minutes of their postponed tie with city rivals Betis were played out without further goals.
The match had been abandoned three weeks ago early in the second half after visiting coach Juande Ramos was knocked unconscious by a bottle thrown from the crowd, and the disciplinary committee ruled that the remaining minutes had to be played out behind closed doors at Getafe's ground in Madrid.
A Kanouté goal had given Sevilla the lead shortly before the incident, and the goalless draw from the first leg meant that Betis had to score twice to go through. In the end though keeper Contreras was their best man, and Ramos's side will go into Thursday's draw together with Barcelona, Deportivo and Getafe. (20.03.07)