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Wednesday, 16 April 2014

The night City’s title challenge died? ManCity 2-2 Sunderland

Sergio Aguero | Image Courtesy
Rarely would a midweek match have been so gratefully received by Manuel Pellegrini after the soul-sapping afternoon on Merseyside on Sunday.
 
But the opportunity to climb back on the horse, change the conversation and make a statement was missed and only a late show saved the Blues from a seventh Barclays Premier League defeat of the season.

Crystal Palace Beat Everton 3-2 To Send Everton Out Of Top Four

Jason Puncheon strike | Image Courtesy
Everton's battle for a top-four finish suffered a body blow with this 3-2 reverse at the hands of Crystal Palace. The defeat leaves Roberto Martinez's men in fifth place, one point behind Arsenal with four games of the season left to play.It also brought to an end a remarkable winning run. but despite the disappointment and frustration, the way in which the side battled valiantly to the end - bold in their attacking play in pursuit of the goals they craved - deserves credit. It typified the approach the team has adopted all season. And is the way they will continue to play their football in the remaining games of the campaign.

Gareth Bale's Golden Goal: Real Madrid Vs Barcelona - Copa Del rey Finals

It is Gareth Bale who finally sealed it for Real Madrid. It was a goal worthy of celebration since it was born out of a counter attack.

 
Courtesy of Andrey Gusev



All Goals and Highlights: Barcelona Vs Real Madrid Copa Del Rey Finals

Watch all the goals and highlights of Copa Del Rey finals between Real Madrid FC and Barcelona. Catch all the goals

 
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Real Madrid Beat Barcelona 2 -1 To Be Crowned Kings Of Copa Del Rey

Di Maria Scores | Image Courtesy of Real Madrid
'Di María's goal as well as a cracking finish by Bale, after a wonderful bit of play, were enough to defeat Barcelona and earn Real Madrid their 19th Copa del Rey title'

The will and desire to delight the fans outweighed the fact that a number of important players were missing. That is what Real Madrid displayed in Mestalla, as the team was once again victorious, picking up the 19th Copa del Rey title in the club's history at the end of what will go down as a legendary encounter. The team from the Spanish capital got off to a flying start. Within 10 minutes they had taken the lead and had also created another two clear goal-scoring opportunities, the only real chances in the game up until that point.