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Uefa has rejected a complaint from Real Madrid who accused Barcelona players of anti-sporting behaviour, but Spanish club will appeal

Uefa has rejected Real Madrid's complaint against Barcelona for unsporting behaviour following last week's Champions League semi-final, first-leg which was marred in controversy.

Sport and AS both report that Uefa's disciplinary committee met on Monday and threw out Madrid's complaint.

The Whites reported Barcelona players Dani Alves, Sergio Busquets, Pedro, Jose Pinto, Seydou Keita and Victor Valdes for unsporting behaviour following their 2-0 loss at the Bernabeu.

They said Barca players repeatedly showed unsporting behaviour that led to the referee making mistakes, including Pepe's sending off.

Uefa, however, did not agree, and it is expected Madrid will appeal their decision.

Regarding Jose Mourinho's post-match comments, Uefa will make a decision on Friday when the commission for control and discipline meet to investigate the case.

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