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'Football did not want to reward Real Madrid' - Emilio Butragueno after Copa del Rey exit to Barcelona
“The team has shown great strength and have fought to the end. We should have won the match and the tie, but football did not want to reward Madrid.
“We are very happy with Mourinho, our desire is to continue with this for two more seasons, which is what is signed. To our knowledge, Mourinho is very happy here.”
Barcelona's Daniel Alves: We knew we had to suffer until the end against Real Madrid
"They were phenomenal, closed down very well and made it very hard for us to attack.
"The most important thing is that we are through. We knew this tie would be decided in both matches, not just the first one.
"We are very happy to go through."
Hazwan Nasir is disappointed Mest Uzil was not rated at least an 8.5, believing he was head and shoudlers above everyone on the pitch.
Nour Sedki suggests Ben should curb his enthusiasm for Lionel Messi, asking what the diminutive Argentine did besides grabbing an assist.
Fagoyinbo Samuel Sunday insists that Cristiano Ronaldo had a better game than his rival Messi, and should be rated in that regard.
Do you agree with his choices? Messi and Crsitiano Ronaldo rated 7, Cesc Fabregas a lowly 4.5. How about Mesut Ozil at 7.5? Let us know what you think about his selections on Facebook and Twitter and tell us who impressed you, or fell short of expectations in this match!
FACT: For the first time since his debut, Messi has failed to score in three consecutive Clasicos.
FACT: Since the start of 2010-11, there have been nine red cards in 10 Clasicos (Real Madrid 7, Barcelona 2).
Some of the fans have pointed the finger at the match officials:
Dharmesh C Patel calls the referee a 12th man for Barcelona and Lewaa Shoujaa says Madrid fans have reason be proud of their performance and only are bowing out because of poor officiating. Felix Isoler Odhiambo, on the other hand, believes that the visitors should not be blaming referee Fernando Teixeira Vitienes for their exit.
FACT: FC Barcelona are now undefeated in their last seven Clasico matches. That constitutes a new club record.
Barcelona 2-2 Real Madrid (4-3 Agg): Ronaldo & Benzema spark Blancos comeback but Pep Guardiola's men cling on to eliminate Copa del Rey holders
Prince Hardayorlah Carzm seems in awe of recent events, claiming that "it's not possible!"
Kehinde Osoba has commented that barcelona's midfield is nowhere to be found now and Alfa Jonnie pleads with Madrid to dfind a winner: "Just one more please!"
Meanwhile, Barca boss Guardiola has gone for a more conservative approach, throwing on Javier Mascherano for Alexis Sanchez in an effort to hold on to the advantage.
Tweet me @Scime_Goal or contact us Facebook or Twitter with your thoughts, are Madrid back in this tie? Or will Barca see it through?
Eddie Squared Eddie dismissed any notion it was a foul on Dani Alves and says the non-call will lead to "chaos" and Jakub Vozarik believes that the last two Clasicos have seen Barca get plenty of help from match officials.
Oppong Bright and Ludovick Constantine take the opposite view, saying there was a clear push on the full-back.
HT Stats BARCELONA - REAL MADRID: Shots 5-9, On target 2-3, Passes 309-155, % Successful 89.6%-80.0%, Fouls 10-12, Possession 66.1%-33.9%
And another STAT regarding a goal-scorer for you: Pedro scored his 52nd goal for Barcelona in the Guardiola era. He is the best goal scorer under Pep after Messi (174 goals)