Copa del Rey, fifth round, second leg
Real Madrid are out of the cup after losing 0-1 to Mallorca on Wednesday night. Bernd Schuster's side needed to overturn an adverse result from the first leg, but although they had many chances they were unable to beat an inspired Moyà. And with a few minutes to go Ibagaza ran through to lob Dudek and take his team through to the quarter finals.
Atlético Madrid are in to the last eight on the away goal rule after drawing 1-1 at Valladolid. Agüero ran on to a Luis García pass to give the visitors the lead soon after the restart, but Llorente equalised later in the second half, and the game ended in controversy after the referee turned down a last minute penalty claim by the home side.
The game between Espanyol and Athletic Bilbao went to penalties after a 1-1 draw between the two sides. Luis García scored for the Catalans early on but was sent off soon afterwards, and Iraola equalised near the end. David López missed the first penalty for the Basque side, but Lola and Torrejón also missed at the other end, taking the visitors through 3-4.
Extra time was needed at the Madrigal stadium, where Villarreal went through in the end after a 2-0 win over Recreativo. Marcos Senna soon cancelled out Recre's one goal lead from the first leg, and Rossi got the winner on a quick breakaway in the first half of extra time. Rossi then missed a penalty, but Cáceres almost put the Andalusians through when he hit the bar near the end.
Racing Santander's good form continues, and they reaced the last eight after beating Zaragoza 4-2. Oliveira gave new coach Ander Garitano hope of a good start with an early goal, but strikes from Tchité and Oriol turned the scoreline around at the break. Serrano made it three midway through the second half, and although Milito got another one back, an injury time Garay penalty wrapped things up.
Valencia are in to the next round after a comfortable 2-1 win over Betis, a result which takes some pressure off Ronald Koeman. Zigic added to his side's first leg lead when he beat Castro with a header early on, and Vicente got a second before Juanito headed one back with a quarter of an hour to go.
Getafe make up the quarter final draw after they cruised through 4-0 on aggregate against Levante. Three from the first leg virtually sealed the tie, and Gavilán picked up an assist from Nacho to make it 0-1 on the night. Michael Laudrup's side will play Mallorca, with the first leg in Madrid next week. (16.01.08)
Barcelona are the first club through to the quarter finals after knocking out defending champions Sevilla on the away goal rule. The Andalusians had to score in the Nou Camp after the 1-1 draw in the first leg, but Frank Rijkaard's side defended well and the game ended 0-0. Barça will play the winner of the match between Villarreal and Recreativo in the next round, with the first leg taking place next week. (15.01.07)
Final results (teams
qualified in bold):