Valencia beats Barcelona 2-1 to win the Copa del Rey, ending the Spanish champions’ four-year winning streak in the competition.
Lionel Messi wants Ernesto Valverde to continue as Barcelona coach but admits the team has not recovered from their Champions League loss to Liverpool as they face Valencia in the Copa del Rey final.
Ter Stegen is still feeling discomfort in his right knee and will continue to receive treatment which will rule him out of the Copa del Rey final.
Valencia end the campaign on 61 points to take fourth spot for a second consecutive season.
Luis Suarez's knee surgery means he will miss the two final La Liga games and the Copa del Ray final against Valencia end of the month.
Aubameyang's hat-trick buried any hope of a Valencia comeback in a week of European comebacks.
Arsenal have been dogged by a string of poor displays in away games this season.
Arsenal will head to Spain as favourites to reach the final.
Gameiro helped Atletico Madrid end Arsene Wenger's hopes of a glorious finale last season.
After ceding the early advantage, Villarreal began to enjoy more of the ball.
Kevin Gameiro takes an equaliser for Valencia, leaving the tie in the balance heading into the second leg at the Mestalla stadium on Feb 28.
Messi instigates another Barca comeback at the Camp Nou before placing an injury doubt over his availability for Wednesday's Copa del Rey Clasico against Real Madrid.
Pressure has grown on Coutinho to up his game and he is finally showing glimpses of his true potential.
Valencia have endured a difficult season and sit 9th in La Liga.
Barca had mixed fortunes in their previous two visits to Levante, losing 5-4 there last season in their only La Liga defeat but avenging that loss this term with a thumping 5-0 win in December.
The Red Devils are already guaranteed a last-16 berth but need to win and to see Juventus lose to group minnows Young Boys if they are to take the top spot.
Pogba has struggled to replicate his World Cup form at club level amid media speculation of a rift with the manager.
Real's mood had been lifted by a 2-0 win over AS Roma which sealed top spot in their Champions League group.
A crash for seven-times champion Valentino Rossi with five laps to go handed Pol Espargaro and KTM their first podium in the premier class.
Carlos Soler led Valencia to an easy victory over 10-man Young Boys.
UEFA's disciplinary arm fined United 5,000 euros for the late arrival of the team bus, and a further 10,000 euros for the late kick-off.
Barcelona's 1-1 draw against Valencia caused them to surrender their La Liga lead to Sevilla.
Jose Mourinho's United have made their worst start to a league campaign in 29 years after an embarrassing 3-1 loss at West Ham and are already out of the League Cup.
The atmosphere at Old Trafford was rather flat in the first half as United lacked any bite in a contest played at walking pace, with the visitors content to keep them at bay with crisp one-touch passing.
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